The e-Government based transformation has impacted all domains of the public administration. Public justice is one of those domains which benefited substantially from ICT. e-Justice is about using ICT to improve the performance of courts and judicial departments as well as ease access to data from citizen and attorneys. This course introduces the participants to the most important components of e-Justice such as Electronic Case Management, court automation and access to judicial information. It showcases interesting e-Justice projects conducted in different countries in the world and discusses technological and societal aspects of e-Justice. The course highlights some key success factors of e-Justice and presents guiding principles learned from earlier projects.
- What is E-Justice?
- Why E-Justice?
- The E-Justice Portal
- Electronic Case Management
- Automation of judicial proceedings
- Court automation
- E-Filling of claims: Electronic Legal Communication
- Query of bankruptcy edicts
- Court publications
- Publication of court edicts on the internet
- Announcement of auctions of real estate
- Technological aspects of e-Justice
- Access to E-Justice
- Security aspects of E-Justice
- Guiding principles to E-Justice
- Key success factors of E-Justice
Participants attending this course will learn:
- the overall scope of e-Justice
- Requirements to and components of a good e-Justice portal
- Models of electronic case management
- Systems for court automation
- how to ensure security of confidential information accessible over public e-Justice portals
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