Taking Notes in a Digital Recorded Court – Judges' Workshop

November 14, 2018

Georgetown

Guyana

 

AGENDA

 

9:00a.m        Welcome and Remarks

                      Mr. Collins Ijoma - Technical Consultant

                      Chancellor/Chief Justice/Chief Judge - TBC - Guyana Judiciary 

                      Mr. John Furlonge - Regional Project Coordinator - JURIST Project

 

9:30a.m       Effective use of digital recording in courts – Judge’s perspective

                     Written Notes as aide-memoire for Case Summaries, Judgments, and/or Opinions

 

10:30a.m      BREAK

 

10:45a.m      Courtroom set-up: Role of Judicial Officers in the Making of Court Records/Recording of Court

                      Overview of Liberty recording and playback software

                      Questions and Discussion

  

 1:00p.m         LUNCH

 

 

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