The virtual court hearings with Microsoft Teams, zoom and other platforms faced rise during the covid pandemic. With the new virus variants and the ongoing pandemic situation, courts expanded the use of virtual court hearing solutions for more types of cases and even started considering them as a long-term practice.
Our previous blog post raised important questions such as what are the risk factors behind eJustice projects? Naturally, the next question that comes is: “Which are the success factors for e-Justice systems”? How do we employ the risk factors into strategy that will deliver a successful e-Justice transformation?
We’re often being asked the following question: on what depends the successful transformation from traditional paper-based court case management system to e-Justice? Is there a path that guarantees a positive digital justice impact? If so, what’s the path that leads to negative effect and therefore should be avoided?
Conducting virtual court hearings and virtual court proceeding was initially met with a big dose of scepticism by judges, lawyers and other court users. Now more than 12 months living into the new normal, the sceptical voices are fading out and it’s more likely to hear a positive assessment of the virtual court hearing experience.
Casedoc is officially launching new product feature named Casedoc Virtual Hearing. This new feature will enable the transformation of regular virtual meetings into digital court hearings. It will be available as an add-on in Microsoft Teams application and will convert the platform from a Connection Point into a Virtual Hearing Hub.
The EU Justice Scoreboard is a key component of the EU’s rule of law policy offering comparative data on the independence, quality and efficiency of justice systems in all Member States. It presents a comparative overview of EU justice systems and is considered a preventive tool for monitoring rule of law challenges in the EU and for sharing best practices…