Electronic Justice

What is electronic Justice?

“Electronic Justice” can be defined as the use of technology, information and communication systems to improve citizens’ access to justice and effective judicial action, which consists of settling disputes or imposing criminal sanctions. The development of e-justice is a key element in the modernisation of judicial systems.

Access to justice has become an important issue in many judicial systems around the world. Increasingly, technology is seen as a potential facilitator of access to justice. Especially in terms of improving efficiency in the justice sector. The international proliferation of information systems in the justice sector raises the important question of how to ensure service quality and security.

There is a need to use enhanced IT security principles in the design and implementation of IT systems. In this regard, our experts develop and plan the design of the overall IT security concept. Also the specific parameters of appropriate technical and organizational measures to protect the integrity of stored data and systems. These have been applied and used in the justice sector. It is important that they are protected from unauthorised access, deletion or unauthorised modification.

The main objective of the association is the introduction and promotion of electronic systems, processes and technologies in the field of justice and e-government. We aim to achieve digital transformation, transparency and optimization of existing judicial and administrative systems. This is a factor for improving access to justice and strengthening civil society.

People will trade in information technology

What do we do?

In connection with our core business, we assist in the development and implementation of all types of advanced information systems to manage judicial, administrative and clerical processes and programs, as well as advise on a variety of IT service contracts, including custom software development, software purchase or hardware purchase agreements, licensing agreements, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) agreements, maintenance agreements, confidentiality agreements, copyright and intellectual property assignment/use agreements, framework agreements; terms and conditions (T&Cs), data privacy, cyber security, establishment, development and management of IT start-ups and entrepreneurship, among others.