The Supreme Court has available a range of courtroom technologies, infrastructure and skilled staff to facilitate the use of technology in litigation and, generally, to support the needs of litigants, lawyers and the Court.
Information in this section is intended to inform lawyers and litigants who are considering the use of technology in litigation in the Court about the Court's requirements and facilities.
Applications to the Court
Enquiries regarding applications to the Court concerning litigation technology (not including orders for evidence by video-link).
The Hon. Associate Justice Daly
Contact the associate to the eAssociate Judge
Tel: (03) 9603 9319
Legal practitioners or litigants can now electronically lodge, process and retrieve court documents relating to civil cases by the Supreme Court of Victoria using CITEC CONFIRM.
See e-filing page. for more information.
Evidence by Video
Regarding the availability of video link facilities for the giving of evidence in Court by witnesses who are not present in Court
See Video Conferences page for more information.
Regarding the production of or the obtaining of copies of transcripts of Court proceedings
See Transcripts page for more information.
Other Litigation Technology Matters
Regarding other matters concerning litigation technology in the Court:
Mr Peter Washington
Principal Registrar, Supreme Court of Victoria
Tel: (03) 9603 9285
Related Practice Notes
|Practice Note No.1 of 2007||The following Practice Note outlines the use of Technology in Civil Litigation Matters.|