The new Supreme Court is the UK’s most technologically advanced court.
One remarkable innovation is that, in each of the three courtrooms, there are four fixed cameras. These record all proceedings for display on large monitors in the exhibition area. Although the sittings of the Court are not yet made available on the Web or on television, there is a protocol in place with broadcasters to provide materials for news and documentaries. In sensitive cases, there are procedures to safeguard the anonymity of those involved. These filming arrangements are unique in the courts of England, Wales and Northern Ireland, where cameras have been forbidden in the past.