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Justice and information technologies


At its 1075th meeting of 20 January 2010, the Committee of Ministers adopted the terms of reference of the CCJE for 2010 and 2011. These terms of reference contain also the adoption, in 2011, of an opinion (No. 14) on the non-materialisation of the judicial  process. The draft opinion will be submitted for adoption at the 12th plenary meeting of the CCJE, which will take place in Strasbourg, from 7 to 9 November 2011.

In the framework of this theme, CCJE will analyse the role of judges in the non-materialised process as well as the advantages and disadvantages ofr him and the court users of such a tendency.

Working party

The working party in charge of drafting the opinion will held two meetings in Strasbourg, from 28 to 30 March and from 15 to 17 June 2011. Its composition is as follows:

Members

Ms Aneta ARNAUDOVSKA ("former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia")

Ms Nina BETTETO (Slovenia)

Mr José Francisco COBO SŔENZ (Spain)

Mr Niels ENGSTAD (Norway)

Mr Alain LACABARATS (France)

Ms Irena PIOTROWSKA (Poland)

Mr Duro SESSA (Croatia)

Mr Virgilijus VALANČIUS (Lithuania)

Mr Bart VAN LIEROP (the Netherlands)

Substitute member

Mr Jean-Claude WIWINIUS (Luxembourg)

 

Useful documents


CEPEJ report on the dematerialization of judicial procedures and the use of information and communication technologies in Court - Portugal (June 2009)

Working group on quality of justice (CEPEJ-GT-QUAL) - 5th meeting, 18 – 19 May 2009 - Meeting report

E-Justice: Information and Communication Technologies in the Court System (Open University of Catalonia, Spain) / Information Science Reference

Non-materialisation of procedures: « a cultural revolution is necessary », Extract from JCP / La Semaine Juridique – General edition Nr 8 - 20 February 2008 (in French)

Questionnaire to member States on non-materialisation of the judicial process

Compilation of replies to the questionnaire

  

   Replies by country

      

   Albania  

   Austria

   Azerbaďjan

   Belgium

   Bosnia and Herzegovina

   Bulgaria

   Cyprus

   Croatia

   Czech Republic

   Denmark

   Finland

   Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

   France

   Germany

   Georgia

   Greece

   Hungary

   Iceland

   Italy

   Latvia

   Lithuania

   Luxembourg

   Malta

   Monaco

   Monténégro

   Netherlands

   Norway

   Poland

   Portugal

   Romania

   Slovakia

   Slovenia

   Spain

   Sweden

   Switzerland

   Turkey

   Ukraine

 


 

Resources

 

LexNet (International Law Network)

 

 

Subjects

The justice, evaluation and independence


The relationship between judges and lawyers


The specialisation of judges


Justice and information technologies

Magna Charta of European Judges


Principles of public prosecution as regards juvenile justice


Relations between judges and prosecutors


Quality of judicial decisions


The councils for the judiciary


International context and terrorism


Justice and society


Fair trial


Training for judges


Ethics of judges


Independence of judges and funding of courts