参与人员：史长青，Tania Sourdin，Li Bin
Name of The Project: Study on The Smart Court in China
Content of the Project
First, The Background of Developing the Smart Court in China. This project will explore the social, political and cultural background of developing the Smart Court in China from the perspective of strengthening the country by internet strategy, improving judicial efficiency, improving judicial justice, and strengthening the rule of law.
Second, The Relationship Between Technology and Law (Justice). In order to improve the efficiency of the judiciary and ease the pressure on the case, what technologies are the courts currently adopting and how effective is the implementation? Is there a conflict between technology and law (justice)? What is the specific performance?
Third, The Benefits Achieved and The Challenges Faced by The Internet Court. We will collect relevant data and cases to illustrate the social benefits that Internet courts have achieved as well as the challenges or crises that Internet courts are facing.
The Intended partner: Shanghai University Law School, China; the University of Newcastle Law School, Australia
The Intended participants: Shi Changqing, Tania Sourdin, Li Bin
ProfessorTania Sourdinis the Dean of the University of Newcastle Law School. She was previously the Foundation Chair and Director of the Australian Centre for Justice Innovation (ACJI) at Monash University in Australia.
Tania Sourdin教授是纽卡斯尔大学法学院院长。 她曾是澳大利亚莫纳什大学澳大利亚司法创新中心（ACJI）的基金会主席和主任。
Bin joined Newcastle Law School as a Lecturer in January 2016. He previously worked as an associate professor at Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics School of Law (Beihang University School of Law) in Beijing, China for eight years.
Shi Changqing is a professor of Shanghai University Law School, as well as the member of the Civil Procedure Law Association of China. Professor Shi’s teaching and research focuses on civil procedure law, evidence law, ADR, judicial system, and comparative law.