Knowledge for Justice

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Costruire l'interoperabilità per i procedimenti civili europei online PDF Stampa E-mail

Building Interoperability for European Civil Proceedings Online (Civil Justice Programme, EC, JLS/2009/JCIV/AG/0035)

 

The aim of this project is to contribute to the development of e-justice to foster civil justice services at the European level. Overall, it is to be regarded as a further step of a broad research endeavor that IRSIG-CNR and the other research partners have been carrying out in recent years to develop a large body of empirical knowledge about the functioning of e-justice systems in EU and to identify key issues affecting the development of e-justice in different countries. The project is designed to assess the legal, institutional, organizational and technical conditions in which e-justice can successfully support and handle small claims in trans-border cases.

Coordinator

  • Research Institute on Judicial Systems, Italian National Research Council, Bologna

 

Research partners

  • Central European University (CEU), Law Faculty, Budapest, HU.
  • The Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Institute of Law and Technology (IDT), SP.
  • University of Bologna, Dipartimento di Scienza Politica, Centro Studi e Ricerche sull'Ordinamento Giudiziario (Unibo-DSP)
  • University of Bologna, Centro Interdipartimentale Ricerche sul Diritto delle Comunità Europee (Unibo-CIRDCE), IT
  • University of Coimbra, Centre for Social Studies (CES), School of Economics, PT.
  • Italian Ministry of Justice, ICT Department, IT.

 

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