Knowledge for Justice

Knowledge for Justice

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Building Interoperability for European Civil Proceedings Online (2) PDF Print

 

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The Research Institute on Judicial Systems of the National Research Council of Italy has carried out comparative researches in the field of e-Justice since 1999. Since then, the Institute has coordinated a number of projects and published several books in this field. Building interoperability for European Civil Proceedings Online is to be regarded as a further step of a broader multiple-year research effort to develop a large body of empirical knowledge about the functioning of e-justice systems in the EU and to identify key issues affecting the development of e-justice for national and trans-border proceedings.

Central European University (CEU), Law Faculty, Budapest (legal.ceu.hu)

The Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Institute of Law and Technology (IDT) (idt.uab.es)

University of Bologna, Dipartimento di Scienza Politica, Centro Studi e Ricerche sull'Ordinamento Giudiziario (Unibo-DSP) (www.dsp.unibo.it)

University of Bologna, Centro Interdipartimentale Ricerche sul Diritto delle Comunità Europee (Unibo-CIRDE) (www.cirdce.unibo.it)

University of Coimbra, Centre for Social Studies (CES), School of Economics (www.ces.uc.pt)

Italian Ministry of Justice, ICT Department (DGSIA) (www.giustizia.it/giustizia/it/mg_12_2_7.wp)

 
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