Courtroom Technology
Our mission is to improve the administration of justice through the use of technology.

Appropriate use of technology to display or play evidentiary exhibits or illustrative aids changes the dynamic in a courtroom in productive and helpful ways. For judges, technology can increase opportunities to control the proceedings, set time limits, and decide matters expeditiously. For lawyers, the faster pace, coupled with the need to respond to visual cues for objections as well as the traditional oral cues, puts a premium on a concise case.

At its foundation, courtroom technology is a means for putting electronic evidence before everyone in the courtroom—the judge, the claimant counsel, the opposing counsel, the courtroom support staff, and even onlookers—at the same time. The displays—usually on monitors or projection screens—convey many kinds of information more efficiently.

LawData’s design leverages on its expertise and experience, assisting the legal community with technology advice and counselling. Whether designing entire courtroom systems from the ground up, advising on specific technology choices, or assisting in personnel training, LawData is uniquely positioned to help.
Courtroom Equipments
Advances in technology continue to creep into the courtroom with greater and greater frequency. Although many judges and practitioners initially resisted the evolution of technology in the courtroom, technological advances—primarily driven by the ease of display through laptop computers—have become standard, and many judges now insist that lawyers rely on electronic exhibits and abandon their tried-and-true paper exhibits.