E-Justice: The State Of Implementation In Russian Federation


Major judicialre form is being held in Russia. As a result of the reform the existing justice model must be modernized. Efficient functioning of the digital economy suggests the economic dispute resolution during the brief period of time with low expenses and with the opportunity to apply to the court any time from any point of the world. Getting such a result will allow the complete exercising right for juridical access, which nowadays is equal to the doctrine with a right to access to the court and to the right to receive available information about courts activity. Moreover, the main criterion for the effectiveness of e-justice should be the satisfaction of users of this system. The digital transformation of justice in Russia should take into account the achievements and existing problems in the management of e-justice in foreign countries. However, the implementation of information and communication technologies in judicial activity both entails serious advantages and raises a number of problematic issues for scientists and practitioners that require immediate resolution. Reforming the judicial system requires on the one hand the focused development of technological components for the implementation of many interrelated processes and, on the other hand, amendments in the regulatory framework that forms the basis for the functioning of the courts. In the article the author considers the specifics of the Russian e-justice system, analyzes the condition of e-justice abroad, discusses certain problems of implementation of this system in Russia, and suggests solutions.

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