The Tasmanian legal fraternity has been assumed to be technologically conservative and resistant to major ITenabled change. When electronic courtrooms were set up in Hobart for specific legal hearings, it was expected that participants would have a range of issues in accepting the technology. The degree of acceptance of the courtroom technologies, despite its intrusiveness, ineffective training and a lack of user preparation, suggests effective approaches to introducing change in the legal community.
Spencer, Su and Strube, Tobias, "Introducing Technology in Tasmanian Law: Acceptance of IT in the Courtroom Environment" (2001). ACIS 2001 Proceedings. Paper 71.