- Digitising the world’s courts—India
- What plans are there for the digitisation of the courts in India? What types of cases are covered?
- What has been the motivation for moving towards a more digitised system?
- What developments have taken place so far?
- What has gone well and what challenges have there been? How have these developments been received by practitioners and their clients?
- How do you see this area developing over the coming years?
- Has any return on investment been seen so far? How has digitisation improved access to justice?
- What costs savings or efficiencies do you envisage will be or have been generated?
- What is the feedback from court users or those who appear in front of judges?
Dispute Resolution analysis: It is ten years since India’s then president initiated plans to digitise the country’s judiciary. Dr Raj Kumar Bhardwaj, expert in legal information services, explains what developments have taken place in the past decade and how access to justice is being improved for India’s citizens.
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