From Europe in February to South America in July. Join us for our second webinar where we enter the world of legal language and catch up with Judge Lola from Buenos Aires. In this webinar PLAIN host Lodewijk van Noort will interview Judge Lola on the role of plain language in building an open, online, and model court.
When: Tuesday July 19, 2022
What time: 14:00 – 15:30 Central European Time
About: A court closer to its citizens with guest, Judge Lola from Argentina
This webinar is free to our members.
What is this webinar about?
In this webinar PLAIN host Lodewijk van Noort will interview Judge Lola about the role of plain language in building an open, online, and model court in Buenos Aires.
Traditionally, we don’t expect judges to make efforts to be closer to citizens. Yet, this is what Judge Lola and her project team set out and managed to achieve a few years ago. Judge Lola will tell us about the steps she took that transformed the court and how it now interacts with citizens.
Come be inspired:
- The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development has recognized their work.
- A single vision unites the work team in building an open and transparent court.
- Find out how courts can foster innovation, transparency, collaboration, and participation with citizens.
The main presentation will be in English. After the interview and discussion PLAIN members can join 1 of 3 breakout rooms:
- Discuss with members from her working group, the Observatorio de Lenguaje Claro, facilitated by Natalia Torro (Spanish & English)
- Share experiences of plain language in legal businesses (English)
- Chat over coffee for networking (English)
Meet Judge Lorena Tula del Moral (Judge Lola) and her team in Argentina.
Lola earned her Law Degree from University of Buenos Aires, and has specialized in Administration of Justice. She is the director of the Observatorio de Lenguaje Claro of the Law School of University of Buenos Aires. She is a judge of the Criminal Court No. 13 of the City of Buenos Aires, and has written several publications.