How open are the Courts in the COVID-19?16 April 2020
A fundamental principle of Australia’s judicial system is that justice takes place in an ‘open court’ – facilitated by hearings being conducted in open view of the public.
As remote hearings are increasingly (and necessarily) being relied upon by Australian Courts and Tribunals, Bernadette Rayment and Katherine Evans, members of Sparke Helmore’s Government team, speak with Barrister Greg Johnson in this podcast about the issue of protecting and delivering open justice in the digital COVID-19 world.
To listen to the podcast, you can click on How open are the Courts in the COVID-19 world? link in this email and be directed to Sparke Helmore's podcast page on our website, or listen on Podbean through The Sparke Cast host page.