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“E-JUSTICE” AS A LEGAL CATEGORY IN FOREIGN DOCTRINE AND LEGISLATION

THE FUTURE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE


E.V. BAZILEVSKIKH

E.V. BAZILEVSKIKH,
Postgraduate Student of the Department of Environmental, Labor Law and Civil Procedure
of the Law Faculty of the Kazan (Volga Region) Federal University

DOI: 10.24031/2226-0781-2019-9-4-175-181

International practice is focused on the introduction of new means and methods of
procedural communication, a decrease in the proportion of orality and immediacy of the
trial. The reform of civil proceedings shows that the use of modern electronic technologies
has significant advantages: it really reduces the time of court proceedings, costs, makes
procedural procedures easier and more accessible for an user, allows more rational use of
labor and technical resources, increases the efficiency of justice in civil cases. E-justice has
been actively developing in world practice for a relatively long time. The implementation of
the principle of accessibility of the judiciary is also being successfully implemented even by
court sites that post information for various categories of users, which is also an electronic
resource. In this article, the author makes an attempt to conduct a brief analysis of the
implementation of e-justice in some countries of the world that use electronic technologies
in the administration of justice, and by considering this experience of Russia; correlates the
concepts of “justice” and “e-justice” as categories in civil procedure; conducts a comparative
analysis of the introduction of e-justice in different countries.

Keywords: civil procedure; doctrine; legislation; foreign countries; legal category; e-justice.

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Information about the author

Bazilevskikh E.V. (Kazan, Russia) – Postgraduate Student of the Department of
Environmental, Labor Law and Civil Procedure of the Law Faculty of the Kazan (Volga
Region) Federal University (18 Kremlyovskaya St., Kazan, 420008, Russia; e-mail: elena.
bazilevskikh@gmail.com).

Recommended citation

Bazilevskikh E.V. “E-Justice” as a Legal Category in Foreign Doctrine and Legislation.
Herald of Civil Procedure, 2019, vol. 9, no. 4, p. 175–181. (In Russian). https://doi.
org/10.24031/2226-0781-2019-9-4-175-181

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