Professor Tania Sourdin says there is a need for cheaper and smarter dispute resolution options in family law

Tuesday, 28 July 2020

Professor Tania Sourdin in the Newcastle Herald discusses using apps for family dispute resolution

Prof Tania Sourdin in the Law Library

Artificial intelligence is being used to help divorcing couples divide assets and develop a parenting plan for their children.

The technology has the potential to make family law matters cheaper and less stressful.

University of Newcastle researchers Professor Tania Sourdin and Dr Bin Li have examined this technology, including the apps Amica, Adieu and Penda.

Their work was part of a major research project on justice apps at Newcastle Law School.

Read the full article here.


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