Legal certainty in the digital world: Lessons for Europe

Over the course of this year, European citizens have had to radically realign their lives to the new reality brought on by the coronavirus crisis. For the most part, this has meant rapidly migrating our personal and professional lives online.

Over the course of this year, European citizens have had to radically realign their lives to the new reality brought on by the coronavirus crisis. For the most part, this has meant rapidly migrating our personal and professional lives online.

Over the course of this year, European citizens have had to radically realign their lives to the new reality brought on by the coronavirus crisis. For the most part, this has meant rapidly migrating our personal and professional lives online.

In the judicial world, this has presented a series of challenges, but also opportunities. For their part, notaries across the EU have had to quickly adapt to this new context and in Brussels, the Commission has also published its digitalisation of justice strategy – aiming to support and foster the uptake and deployment of digital tools across all levels of the judiciary.

This event report covers the main messages in this field discussed during the Notaries of Europe annual conference on 10 December.

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