The only one of its kind in the world, the Université de Montréal’s Cyberjustice Laboratory is an innovative virtual court that helps jurists better understand the challenges of integrating information technologies that will play an increasingly greater role in the administration of justice. The Laboratory actively develops new tools that facilitate various aspects of mediation, arbitration and the management of judicial and extrajudicial disputes. Students can also use the laboratory to perfect their skills by participating in moot courts.
2015 Summer School at the Cyberjustice Laboratory: June 7-13.
The objective of this new Summer School is to share the Laboratory’s current knowledge, all the while offering participants the unique opportunity to meet and exchange with experts in the field of cyberjustice.
Teaching Staff : Karim Benyekhlef, Professor at the Faculty of Law