Friday, September 22, 2023
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SC chief highlights digital transformation of PH judiciary in Hawaii forum

Supreme Court (SC) chief justice Alexander Gesmundo, however, also mentioned the issues that Philippine courts are currently facing such as handling of digital evidence and challenges on jurisdiction in the digital realm.

SC says it will use AI in e-library to improve legal research

The Supreme Court (SC) will utilize artificial intelligence (AI) for the judiciary department’s e-library facility to make legal search faster and easier. This was disclosed...

AI will not render lawyers obsolete, says SC justice

Addressing law graduates, SC justice Mario Lopez emphasized that AI is a mere tool for human utilization and not intended to replace humans, especially in the legal profession.

SC puts compilation of decisions, resolutions online

The Supreme Court (SC) officially launched on Monday, July 3, two new features on the Supreme Court E-Library: The Philippine Reports E-Books and individual case citation.

SC to use AI-powered tools to improve court legal research

Supreme Court (SC) chief justice Alexander G. Gesmundo said natural language processing — the same technology behind ChatGPT — will provide more accurate and reliable results for legal research.

SC launches digitized benchbook for PH trial courts

The benchbook contains information on laws, rules, jurisprudence, and topics concerning the courts which will aid the members of the bench in their research when crafting their rulings and in carrying out their tasks.

CSC eyeing to copy Bar exam for digitalized, regionalized licensure exams

The Civil Service Commission (CSC) said it is looking at replicating the digitalized and regionalized 2022 Bar examinations, which concluded on Sunday, Nov. 20.

SC chief: Lawyers will stay relevant despite automation of legal services

Supreme Court chief justice Alexander G. Gesmundo noted that online legal advice and dispute resolution, much like those provided by consumer-based Internet companies, have apparently reduced legal services to a mere commodity in the virtual marketplace.

SC drafting rules allowing all court proceedings via videoconferencing

Supreme Court (SC) chief justice Alexander G. Gesmundo revealed on Friday, Sept. 9, that the high tribunal is currently working on the rules that will allow the conduct of all court proceedings through videoconferencing even after the end of the pandemic.

SC denies petition of ex-OMB chair Ronnie Rickets on raid of pirated discs

The Supreme Court (SC) has dismissed for lack of merit the petition for certiorari of former Optical Media Board (OMB) chair Ronald “Ronnie” Ricketts seeking the dismissal of graft charges against him in connection with his alleged failure to institute charges against those arrested for possession of pirated digital video discs (DVDs) and video compact discs (VCDs) during a raid in 2010.
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