Implementation of services E-Filing, E-Courts, CIMS and Digitization of Courts.

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e-Courts System in Judiciary

e-Courts revolution has already started and yet to arrive every part of the world. Our e-Courts solution includes basic infrastructure initiatives such as video-conferencing, courtroom screens and microphones, document management systems (for discovery, disclosure documents, court forms, etc.),on-line filing and scheduling tools, the capacity to conduct hearings by remote access, and – ultimately – full dispute resolution tools.


Our e-court solutions is comprising of e-Filings, e-Court Fee, e-Searches, e-Docket and scheduling requests, as well as the capacity to conduct motions and entire proceedings online can enhance access to justice for individuals (particularly self-represented litigants) in remote areas or for whom attendance is difficult due to work and/or family commitments. Moreover, e-filings may decrease delays and increase efficiencies within the court system, allowing court staff to focus on triage and referral work rather than clerical work.

How our e-Court solution benefits in judicial reform:

Permit (or require) e-Filing of court documents and eliminate the cost and inefficiencies inherent in the current system of in-person court filings, waiting lines and occasionally irritated court personnel.

Eliminate the need for photocopying and compiling massive reams of paper in multiple copies of records, briefs and documentary productions.

On routine motions and appearances, eliminate hours of wasted wait-time in crowded courtrooms in favour of scheduled, time-slotted hearings by videoconference, conducted from the comfort of your own office. Imagine the possibilities – appearing in two different courts in two different cities on the same morning (with virtually no carbon footprint left behind…)

Allow access by authorized persons to fully secure online portals containing court filings, schedule information and file-status information, all updated in real time. 

Lawyers, prepare for this new world that could soon be a reality:

If a lawyer is not a natural when it comes to computer skills and literacy, there is no time like the present to learn. Playing catch-up in the future may not be a happy experience – his clients could be left behind, along with him, if he is not ready technically for what lies ahead.

Advocates should get used to videoconferencing. He should get a webcam and practice on-camera skills. Offer tech-friendly clients the opportunity to conduct routine meetings by Skype or FaceTime. Give some thought to appropriate, discrete backdrops that contribute to a professional and polished appearance. Experiment with lighting. Seek and accept feedback.

A lawyer should develop protocols to scan and electronically store all documentation in clients’ files. Get used to accessing files remotely via LogMein, GoToMyPc, DropBox or Google Drive. Give real thought to optimizing client folder and subfolder organization to facilitate predictable, easy and intuitive access to the documents needed. He should keep rethinking and updating file organization system as he learns what works best from his own experience.

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