Conference7-8 Nov2018


The Dubai Conference on Court Excellence and Innovation: Today & Tomorrow 2018 Aims to highlight the key values and success factors in the International Framework for Court Excellence (IFCE) and identify international best practice and challenges for Courts around the globe. We will discuss practical strategies that are vital to achieving court excellence within all judicial systems. Building on the success of the ICCE Conference in 2017 held in Melbourne, Australia, The Dubai Conference on Court Excellence and Innovation: Today & Tomorrow 2018 will provide delegates from around the world insight into the developments taking place in court innovation, service excellence and look at future technologies like AI, blockchain, robotics and their legal implications on courts around the world.

Topics of Discussion
  • Challenges and Best Practices in Judicial Leadership and Governance
  • Improving Access to Justice, Court Strategies and Collaboration
  • Pursuing Court Excellence in tandem with Technological Advancements
  • Courts’ Management of Blockchain and Smart Contracts
  • AI Adjudication of Cases
  • The Future of Cybersecurity
  • The Future of Cyberlaw, Electronic Evidence etc.
  • Big Data: Right to Privacy vs. Transparency
Who Should Attend:
  • Judiciary
  • Court Administrators
  • Legal Practitioners
  • Policymakers
  • Academics
  • Government Organisations
  • Legal Tech Experts
  • Futurists

Venue: The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai International Financial Centre, Dubai, UAE


  • Justice Michael Hwang

    Chief Justice Michael Hwang

    Chief Justice DIFC Courts

    Justice Michael Hwang was appointed as the Chief Justice of the DIFC Courts in June 2010. He is a graduate of Oxford University and a former law teacher in the University of Sydney and University of Singapore.

    In 1997, he was appointed as one of the first 12 Senior Counsel (SC) of the Supreme Court of Singapore (a status equivalent to that of Queen’s Counsel in England). In 1999, he was elected a Member of the American Law Institute and served as a Visiting Professor to the National University of Singapore teaching advocacy and commercial arbitration. Between 2000 and 2003, he served as a Commissioner of the United Nations Compensation Commission (UNCC) based in Geneva, a body set up under the Security Council to assess claims against Iraq arising from the first Gulf War.

  • James Allsop

    Chief Justice James Allsop

    Chief Justice Federal Court of Australia

    From 1981 to 2001 Chief Justice Allsop practised at the Bar in New South Wales and elsewhere in Australia. He was appointed Senior Counsel in New South Wales in 1994 and Queen's Counsel in Western Australia in 1998.

    From 7 May 2001 to 1 June 2008 he served as a Judge of the Federal Court of Australia, undertaking the roles of trial and appellate judge on a full range of Federal Court work. From 2 June 2008 to 28 February 2013, Chief Justice Allsop was President of the New South Wales Court of Appeal. He was appointed Chief Justice of the Federal Court of Australia as of 1 March 2013.

    From 1981 to 2014 Chief Justice Allsop taught part-time at the University of Sydney as a tutor and lecturer in property, equity, bankruptcy, insolvency, corporate finance and maritime law. He currently teaches part-time in maritime law at the University of Queensland. From 2005-2009, he was a member of the board of World Maritime University in Malmo, Sweden. From 2008 to 2011 he was a member of the Board of the Australian Maritime College. On January 2010, he was elected as an Honorary Bencher of the Middle Temple. On 19 March 2013 he was elected a member of the American Law Institute. He is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Law.

    From 1 July 2016 Chief Justice Allsop was appointed Adjunct Professor by the School of Law, The University of Queensland (UQ), for a period of 3 years.

    From 2018 he was appointed Inaugural Patron of the Australian Insurance Law Association.

  • Jan-Marie Doogue

    Judge Jan-Marie Doogue

    Chief District Court Judge New Zealand

    Chief Judge Jan-Marie Doogue is the Chief District Court Judge for New Zealand, a position she has held since 1 September 2011. She was appointed a Judge of the District and Family Courts of New Zealand in 1994. In 2007 she was granted a Jury Warrant and was appointed an alternate Environment Court Judge in 2011.

    Since her appointment to the Bench, Chief Judge Doogue has had a strong interest and active involvement in judicial administration and procedural reform in the District Court. She has received a number of appointments to committees reviewing aspects of both criminal and family law, trial procedure and judicial education.

    Chief Judge Doogue has been a strong advocate for IFCE in New Zealand. IFCE’s focus on overall court and judicial performance align with Chief Judge Doogue’s vision for a stronger, more accessible District Court. IFCE was implemented in the District Court by Chief Judge Doogue in 2011, and the New Zealand experience has been extremely positive. Today, IFCE forms part of the operational fabric of the District Court and since 2016, the District Court has been a member of the Executive Committee of the International Consortium for Court Excellence.

    Chief Judge Doogue has previously presented on IFCE in the District Court, most recently in 2014 at the International Conference for Court Administration in Sydney, and before that in 2013 at the Asia International Conference on the Training of the Judiciary in Washington DC. Chief Judge Doogue has also presented at numerous other international conferences on judicial performance measures and administrative accountability.

  • Judge Barney Thomas

    Judge Evangelos M. Thomas

    Judge Auckland District Court, New Zealand

    Judge Barney Thomas has been a judge of the District Court of New Zealand since 2011. He holds general and criminal jury warrants. For ten years until 2005, he was a Crown prosecutor in New Zealand, mainly prosecuting criminal jury trials. He then worked at New Zealand’s Crown Law Office, the Office of the Solicitor-General, representing the Crown on criminal appeals and managing extradition cases.

    In 2006 has was a member of legal/diplomatic missions to Rwanda, helping Rwandan authorities to build war crimes cases, and to the United States, where he helped negotiate an updated NZ-US extradition treaty.

    From 2007 until 2011 he was a prosecuting trial attorney at the United NationsInternational Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, responsible for prosecuting war crimes and crimes against humanity. He has been involved directly in the International Framework for Court Excellence as part of the NZ Chief District Court Judge’s IFCE Committee since 2013.

  • Judge Jennifer Marie

    Judge Jennifer Marie

    Deputy Chief District Judge/Registrar Subordinate Courts, Singapore

    Jennifer Marie is the Deputy Presiding Judge and Registrar of the State Courts (Singapore). She performs both judicial and administrative functions at the State Courts.

    Ms Marie graduated from the National University of Singapore with a Bachelor of Laws degree in 1983. Subsequently, she obtained a Master of Laws degree from the University of London in 1990. She joined the Legal Service and was posted to the then Crime Division of the Attorney- General’s Chamber as a Deputy Public Prosecutor and State Counsel.

    There she rose to be a Chief Prosecutor at the Criminal Justice Division of the Attorney-General’s Chambers and was appointed Senior Counsel in 2010. She was awarded the Public Administration Medal (Silver) in 1999 and the Public Administration Medal (Gold) in 2016 for her invaluable contributions to the administration of justice.

    There she rose to be a Chief Prosecutor at the Criminal Justice Division of the Attorney-General’s Chambers and was appointed Senior Counsel in 2010. She was awarded the Public Administration Medal (Silver) in 1999 and the Public Administration Medal (Gold) in 2016 for her invaluable contributions to the administration of justice.

    She has been appointed as a Principal Mediator at the Singapore Mediation Centre and also a Healthcare Mediator. She is a member of the Executive Board of the International Consortium for Court Excellence and has delivered a number of papers at international conferences and meetings on the State Courts journey towards greater organisational excellence in the administration of justice. In addition to her judicial and administrative functions, she is also an Adjunct Professor at the Law Faculty of the National University of Singapore and co-teaches a course on Advanced Criminal Legal Process. She is also currently the Executive Secretary of the Singapore After-Care Association and has been a member of it since 1983.

  • Ali Shamis Al Madhani

    Judge Ali Shamis Al Madhani

    Judge DIFC Courts

    In January 2008, H.E. Ali Shamis Al Madhani was sworn in as a Judge of the DIFC Courts, and in April 2008 he was appointed and sworn in as a Judge of the DIFC Courts Court of Appeal. He was later appointed as a member of the Joint Committee of the Dubai Courts.

    He began his judicial career in 1994 until 1998 as a Public Prosecutor for Dubai Public Prosecution. In 1998, he was appointed by the Ruler of Dubai to serve as a Judge in the Dubai Courts. During his tenure as a Dubai Courts’ Judge, he was adjudicated over a large number of major commercial, criminal and civil cases.

    H.E. Justice Ali Al Madhani is the Current Chairman of the Middle East Board for Courts Administration under the International Association for Court Administration (IACA).

  • Tun Zaki Bin Azmi

    Judge Tun Zaki Bin Azmi

    Judge DIFC Courts

    Justice Tun Zaki Bin Azmi joined the DIFC Courts in December 2013. He retired as the Chief Justice of Malaysia in September 2011, upon reaching the retirement age of judges of the superior courts in Malaysia. His greatest achievement as the 12th Chief Justice was to clear the outstanding backlog of cases affecting the Malaysian Courts and to reduce the hearing time for newly filed cases, an achievement which was recognised by the World Bank.

    He held the post of Chief Justice of Malaysia for three years, having previously served as the President of the Court of Appeal. He was elevated directly as a Federal Judge on September 5, 2007.

  • Nassir Al Nasser

    Nassir Al Nasser

    SCT Judge & Registrar DIFC Courts

    Nassir was appointed as a DIFC Courts’ Judicial Officer in December 2012. In 2017 he was appointed as an SCT Judge and Registrar. Nassir is a graduate of the University of Middlesex (UK) with a Bachelor’s Degree in Law. Nassir is also the first Emirati to join the DIFC Courts whose primary legal training has been in English common law.

    Prior to joining the DIFC Courts, Nassir undertook a training programme with Dubai Public Prosecutor’s Officer and Dubai Courts as an intern. Nassir works closely with the DIFC Courts’ international and national Judges, providing judicial support by undertaking legal research, sitting on Small Case Tribunal (SCT) proceedings and sitting in Case Management conference and application hearings.

  • Roger Bilodeau

    Roger Bilodeau, QC

    Registrar Supreme Court of Canada

    Roger Bilodeau is a native of Ste-Agathe, Manitoba (Canada).  He studied common law in French and received his law degree (LL.B.) from the Université de Moncton in 1981. In 1987, he completed graduate studies in law (LL.M.) at Duke University in the United States.

    He has been admitted to the Law Society of Manitoba, the Law Society of New Brunswick and the Law Society of Upper Canada.  He is also a member of the Canadian Bar Association.

    He has practiced law in Manitoba, New Brunswick and Ontario. He was also a professor of law at the Faculté de droit de l'Université de Moncton. From 1999 to 2003, he had the privilege of serving as Deputy Attorney General and Deputy Minister of Justice for New Brunswick.

    He also worked with a Canadian consortium on a capacity-building project aimed at strengthening democratic governance in Iraq, focusing on the management of language diversity and the protection and the promotion of human rights, as well as women's political participation.

    During the course of his career, he has presented cases in both official languages in all Manitoba and New Brunswick courts, in the Supreme Court and the Provincial Court of Nova Scotia, as well as in the Federal Court of Canada. He also acted as one of the senior counsel to the Commission of Inquiry into Air India Flight 182.

    Since March 2009, he occupies the position of Registrar of the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC). The Registrar:

    heads the overall administration of the Office of the Registrar of the Supreme Court of Canada, under the direction of the Chief Justice;

    exercises quasi-judicial powers in accordance with the Supreme Court Act and Rules;

    administers the Judges Act in regard to its application to the Judges of the SCC; and

    participates in selected outreach activities on behalf of the SCC, including SCC delegations in regard to the activities and meetings of various international associations of supreme courts from numerous countries.

    In his capacity as Registrar, he is also a member of the Heads of Court Administration (HoCA), a national committee which brings together the lead government officials responsible for court services in all Canadian jurisdictions.

  • Jessica Der Matossian

    Jessica Der Matossian

    Judicial Registrar Federal Courts of Australia

    Jessica Der Matossian is the Judicial Registrar, Digital Practice of the Federal Court of Australia. She is also Secretariat of the Judges’ Digital Practice Committee and Chair of the Courts’ Artificial Intelligence Committee.

    Jessica is responsible for driving digital innovations and business plans for each national practice area of the Federal Court. She has been instrumental in developing a digital hearings platform, improving the existing practices and procedures to support a ‘working digitally’ environment, and introducing advanced technologies such as artificial intelligence and the mining of big data for the benefit of dispute resolution, and administrative registrar decisions.

    Jessica holds a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Business and Commerce from Western Sydney University. She was admitted as a Lawyer of the Supreme Court of New South Wales in October 2014.

  • Amna Sultan Al Owais

    Amna Al Owais

    Chief Executive DIFC Courts

    Amna joined the DIFC Courts in 2006, she became the Deputy Registrarin 2008 and Deputy Chief Executive of the Dispute Resolution Authority in 2014. Previous to her employment at the DIFC Courts, she practiced as a lawyer in the litigation department with Hadef Al Dhahiri and Associates (Hadef& Partners now) in Dubai. Prior to that, she trained at the UAE Ministry of Justice and was admitted to practice in both the Dubai local and federal courts. Amna obtained her Masters (LLM) with Commendation in International Commercial Law from Kingston University, London.

    In addition to her role as Registrar of DIFC Courts she is also Registrar of the Special Tribunal Related to Dubai World, Chairwoman of the DIFC Courts’ Users’ Committee, a member of the Consulting Council for the University of Sharjah College of Law. In 2014, after an extensive selection process Amna was selected to join the Mohammed Bin Rashid Centre for Leadership Development – the Young Leaders category and in the same year, appointed to the Advisory Board of the International Bar Association's Access to Justice and Legal Aid Committee.

    Amna has played a key part in the establishment and development of the DIFC Courts and creation of the Dispute Resolution Authority in 2014. She spearheaded the establishment of the DIFC Courts’ Pro-Bono Programme launched in 2009, which is the first scheme of its kind in the Middle East. In 2011 Amna was recognised by the International Bar Association as one of the top 3 young lawyers in the world.

    Within her role as Registrar of DIFC Courts Amna undertakes various judicial functions and other duties as prescribed in Article 17 of the DIFC Courts Law No. 10 of 2004. AsRegistrar of the Small Claims Tribunal, one of the busiest of the DIFC Courts, Amna coordinates all of the claims lodged and undertakes case consultations with the parties.

  • Daniel J Hall

    Daniel J Hall

    Vice President NationalCenter for State Courts (NCSC)

    DANIEL J. HALL is Vice President of the NationalCenter for State Courts (NCSC), Court Consulting Services Division in Denver, Colorado. He is responsible for the development, coordination and execution of consulting work and the provision of technical assistance to the nation's courts through the NCSC which is headquartered in Williamsburg, Virginia.

    He has overseen more than 1700 court consulting projects in the US over the course of his career. Before joining the NCSC in July 2001, he was the Director of Planning and Analysis for the Colorado Judicial Department.

    In that role, he served as the Legislative Liaison for the Judicial Branch as well as the Executive Director of the State Commission on Judicial Performance.

    Since joining NCSC he has directed the development of CourTools (2005) and guided the revision of the Conference of Chief Justices’/Conference of State Court Administrators’/American Bar Association’s Model Time Standards (2011).

    In addition he led the development of the Principles for Judicial Administration (2013) to assist courts as they strive to be efficient, effective, fair and secure adequate funding. His Division is currently providing staff support to the Conference of Chief Justices (CCJ)/Conference of State Court Administrators (COSCA) Fines, Fees and Bail Task Force and their Opioid Task Force.

    He was the NCSC lead on providing technical assistance to courts during the 2003 and 2009 fiscal crises. In addition, he has provided court consulting services internationally working in Australia, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Bulgaria, Chile, Columbia, Costa Rica, Greece, Guam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Micronesia, New Zealand, Netherlands, Nigeria, Palau, Peru, Philippines, Solomon Islands, Spain, Sri Lanka, and Singapore.

    He is a founding member of the International Consortium for Court Excellence(ICCE) that produces the International Framework for Court Excellence (IFCE).

    He serves as the Chair of the Consortium’s Executive Committee. He has worked to implement the IFCE in eighteen countries.

    The IFCE is a tool countries can use to assess how well their judicial services are being delivered. He has served as an adjunct professor at Denver University College of Law.

    He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and a Masters of Public Administration from the University of Colorado at Boulder.

  • Chittu Nagarajan

    Chittu Nagarajan

    Co-founder Modria

    Chittu Nagarajan Co-founded Modria - the world's leading online dispute resolution platform and is the Managing Director of Modria India. Modria.com was acquired by Tyler Technologies in 2017. She is a Fellow of the National Center for Technology and Dispute Resolution (NCTDR) at UMass- Amherst and a founding member of the International Council for Online Dispute Resolution (ICODR).

    Chittu has worked in the dispute resolution field for more than 20 years as a mediator, trainer, and consultant. She is a thought leader and pioneer in the field of ODR for the last 18 years. She was also the head of eBay and PayPal Community Courts and founder of one of the first ODR platforms - ODRINDIA and ODRWORLD. Her expertise in the ODR field includes research, teaching, policy making, auditing, analysis, design and execution. She was the Chair and hosted the International Forum on Online Dispute Resolution in February 2011 in Chennai, India.

    She holds a Master’s degree in Alternative Dispute Resolution to Ecommerce Disputes, a Graduate degree in Law and BA in History.

  • Mark Beer OBE

    Mark Beer OBE

    President-elect IACA

    In addition to his role as Chief Executive of the DRA, Mark is a Judge of the Courts’ Small Claims Tribunal, a Member of the Rules Subcommittee and Registrar of the Special Tribunal Related to Dubai World. In 2010 Mark was appointed for a year's term as a Member of the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on the International Legal System and he remains a member of the World Economic Forum’s Expert Network for Justice. Mark is also the President-Elect of the International Association for Court Administration and a member of The International Council of the Supreme Court of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

    Under Mark's direction, the Courts have secured a reputation as one of the most efficient and advanced commercial courts in the world. He has overseen the launch of various firsts for the Middle East, including a Code of Professional Conduct, a Pro Bono programme, a common law training academy and a Wills and Probate Registry. He has played a key role in the development of the Courts’ many formalised relationships with partner judicial systems and was involved in negotiating the memoranda signed with courts in New York, England & Wales, Shanghai, South Korea, Singapore, Kenya and Australia. He has also been at the forefront of the Courts’ commitment to service excellence, with the DIFC Courts becoming the first court in the world to receive accreditation pursuant to The International Standards for Service Excellence (TISSE), and the first non-Federal entity to receive 5 Stars under the UAE's Government Service Rating Scheme.

    Mark was instrumental in the creation of the DIFC's Dispute Resolution Authority, which hosts the DIFC Courts, the DIFC-LCIA Arbitration Centre, the DIFC Wills Service Centre and the DIFC Academy of Law. The Authority was established in 2014 and shortly after its creation Mark was appointed Chief Executive.

    One of the latest DIFC Courts initiatives under Mark’s guidance, was the launch of the Courts of the Future Forum, which was assembled to design guidelines and prototype a commercial court that can operate anywhere worldwide. The initiative will help create certainty for businesses, investors and entrepreneurs currently unsure of the legal implications of rapid technological change.

    Mark joined the DIFC Courts after five years working at MasterCard Worldwide in Dubai where he served as the company’s Regional Legal Counsel for South Asia, Middle East and Africa and was later promoted to Vice President, heading MasterCard’s Government Relations and Corporate Services across the same region. Previously, Mark worked in the corporate finance team of Man Investments in Switzerland and prior to that in private practice both in the UK and the UAE.

    Beer has twice been named in the 'Top 50 most influential Brits in the UAE' by ArabianBusiness.com. He is also listed as one of the 100 most influential people in Dubai. He has twice been shortlisted by the Law Society of England and Wales as the UK's Solicitor of the Year - In-House and became an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2013 Queen’s Birthday Honours list for outstanding work in strengthening relations between the UK and the UAE.

  • Reem Al Shihhe

    Reem Al Shihhe

    Chief Operating Officer DIFC Courts

    Reem began her career in Human Resources with the DIFC Authority and joined the DIFC Courts in January 2011 as the Head of Human Resources and Business Excellence. In 2013, under Reem’s direction and as a result of DIFC Courts commitment to court excellence, DIFC Courts became the first court in the world to achieve the International Standard for Service Excellence (TISSE) certification.

    In 2014 the DIFC Courts, led by Reem, attained the 5 Star Customer Excellence Award by the UAE Prime Minister – the first non-federal UAE government entity to do so.  In the same year, she became the Chief Operating Officer overseeing all the operational departments supporting the divisions which make up the DRA. Following her success in 2015, Reem graduated from the Mohammed Bin Rashid Centre for Leadership Development – the Young Leaders category.

    In 2016, Reem became the ICCE Representative for DIFC Courts and Member of the Executive Committee following the DIFC Courts proudly becoming a member of the International Consortium for Court Excellence (ICCE), becoming one of the premier league of courts working actively to assist judiciaries across the world to adopt the International Framework for Court Excellence.

  • Mihaela C Moldoveanu

    Mihaela Cornelia

    Associate Director Dispute Resolution Authority

    Mihaela’s academic record combines economics, law and policy, within a Master’s study in Public Policy and Human Development at the Maastricht Graduate School of Governance (The Netherlands). Her interdisciplinary background and BA in European Studies has been geared to prepare her for policy, legal advisory work in administrative reforms.

    She brings 14 years of work experience, amongst which previous appointments at the European Parliament and the United Nations.

    A Belgian national, with fluency in six European languages, she applied her skills in a variety of management and consultancy positions, overseeing projects in Europe, the United States and Central Asia. Before joining the DIFC Courts in 2014, she was based in Kabul (Afghanistan) for 4 years, where she drafted the new Competition Law for Afghanistan, contributed to the National Trade Policy and helped design the first Alternative Dispute Resolution Centre for Commercial Disputes, in Afghanistan.

    With her solid understanding of strategy, she has been appointed in 2014 as Project Manager at the DIFC Courts to oversee a novel development, namely the design and launch of the DIFC Wills and Probate Registry, including the drafting of its legal basis. After managing the Registry of a year, she took over the role of Associate Director at the DIFC Dispute Resolution Authority (the umbrella body overseeing the DIFC Courts, Academy of Law, the Wills Registry and the Arbitration Institute).

    In her current role, she is in charge of the DRA advisory, leading the effort to set-up a common-law English-language commercial court and an arbitration centre in Kazakhstan’s international financial centre (AIFC), similar to the dispute resolution system of the DIFC. Additionally, she is responsible for strategy development, business excellence and strategic partnerships for the DRA and its divisions. As of 2018, Ella has also been appointed as Honorary Secretary to the Courts of the Future initiative.

  • Peter Lee

    Peter Lee

    Chief Executive Wavelength law

    Peter is CEO and co-founder of Wavelength where he is responsible for all aspects of the business, including legal service delivery and general commercial matters. He is an experienced commercial lawyer, having trained and worked in the City of London with Bird & Bird LLP and at various in-house legal teams in the mobile security, professional services, financial services and IT outsourcing sectors. The Legal 500 recommends him as “a particularly good engineering specialist” with “a first-class City background”.

    Wavelength is based in Cambridge and London, UK. They are the world’s first and only regulated firm of Legal Engineers – acting for global law firms, legal teams and judiciaries. In 2017, Wavelength won the first Online Courts Hackathon. It was jointly staged by the Judiciary of England and Wales, HM Courts & Tribunals Service, the Society for Computers and Law, and Legal Geek. Wavelength’s winning solution was a digital pathfinder using a voice interface, decision logic and document automation tools that was developed to be easy to use by the public.


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The members act as ambassadors for the IFCE, promoting the benefits and importance
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The Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) Courts have been a member of the ICCE since 2017. The DIFC Courts are the first in the world to achieve the high service standards required by The International Customer Service Institute (TISSE), and were awarded the “Top 10 Court Technology Solutions” at the National Association for Court Management (NACM) awards 2017 in Washington, DC for their ‘Smart’ Small Claims Tribunal (SCT), for its contribution to access to justice globally.



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