Summary: The use of modern electronic technology in the field of justice is in constant development: from the mere access to information on laws via the internet to the possibility of electronic communication between persons involved in court proceedings, there is a wide range of possibilities for using information technologies, not only at the European Union level but also at the international level. This not only facilitates networking at the justice level, but also helps citizens, economic operators and practitioners of law with their access to justice. The purpose of this study is to present the developments which have occurred in recent years whereby initiatives promoted by Member States or groups of Member States and isolated initiatives at EU level evolved into a coordinated approach at EU level, leading to a strategy for European e-Justice being presented.
Physical Description: 38 p.
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