México Evalúa’s Laurence Pantin discusses her work on the Mexican judicial sector’s experience with digital technologies. Pantin is the author of “Guide to Good Practices on the Use of New Technologies for the Administration of Justice;” the report explores how Mexico adapted to COVID-19’s restrictions and delivered justice to its citizens. The report is part of México Evalúa’s Digital Justice Program, which has been at the forefront of research exploring how the new digital technologies are affecting and can improve Mexico’s justice administration. She joins our host Ken Jaques and co-host John Zemko, the Regional Director for CIPE’s Latin American and the Caribbean team.
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