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SUPACE: Artificial Intelligence in Indian Courts

In April 2021, the Supreme Court of India implemented SUPACE (Supreme Court Portal for Assistance in Courts Efficiency) to assist courts in various districts with their backlog of pending cases. According to an article...

Judges Review Virtual Court Proceedings

To understand virtual court proceedings and their use during the COVID-19 pandemic, University of Bergen (Norway) Professor Dr. Anne Sanders surveyed active and former members of the Council of Europe’s Consultative Council of European...
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Virtual Child Welfare Hearings in the United States: A Microcosm of Global Change

Photo credit: iStock/Maria Symchych-Navrotska To evaluate the pros and cons of virtual court hearings that accompanied the COVID-19 pandemic, the National Center for State Courts (NCSC), a non-profit organization focused on improving judicial administration in...

Use of social media, text messages, and emails in resolving pre-trial disputes

As social media has permeated nearly every aspect of our lives, it has led to questions regarding how, if at all, it can be used in court proceedings. Much of the debate has revolved...
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COVID-19 Pandemic and Virtual Court Proceedings: A Hybrid Future

Photo credit: onward.justia.com Courts across the world were required to rely on remote hearings during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. While the technology for such activity has been around for several years, increased reliance during this...

Cu DREPTul, A Podcast on Access to Justice and Human Rights

On February 5, the Access to Justice in Moldova Project team launches Cu DREPTul, a podcast on access to justice and human rights. Cu DREPTul aims to be not only an informative but also an educational...

USAID assistance of $ 7.5 million for modernizing and enhancing transparency of the Moldovan...

Over the past three years, the Moldovan judiciary has benefited from assistance worth $7.5 million from the American people to implement several state-of-the-art IT solutions and strengthen institutional capacity in the justice sector. The...

USAID donates additional 25 sets of videoconferencing equipment in the effort to modernize Moldovan...

A new set of videoconferencing equipment, installed at the Buiucani Courthouse (Chisinau District Court)  The Government of the United States of America continues to support the modernization of the justice sector in the Republic of...

Moldova’s courts can generate real-time statistical reports with just a few clicks

 Valentina Diacenco, the Chief of Secretariat of the Comrat Appellate Court In Moldova’s courts, paper-based reporting will soon be a thing of the past. Complex statistical reports that used to take hours to produce can...

USAID’s Open Justice Project continues to support Moldova’s judiciary by equipping courts with video...

A screenshot from the press conference on the donation of 25 videoconferencing equipment for the secondary locations of the district courts By the end of August 2020, the Moldovan judiciary will be provided with another...

Remote court trials in Moldova – a paradigm shift for delivering justice in a...

A remote trial at Chisinau Court of Appeal The videoconferencing system demonstrates its efficiency in Moldova especially in a time of unprecedented crisis, when in-person hearings are discouraged in order to curtail the spread of...

The New Integrated Case Management System is making the Moldovan judiciary more efficient and...

The training of the Balti District Court's staff on the use of the new ICMS The new ICMS is helping the Moldovan courts achieve big advances in efficiency and transparency — from the distribution of...
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