Electronic Justice: Stages of Establishment and Issues of Development in Modern Russia
The article investigates a retrospective of building e-justice and the main issues hereof in the Russian Federation. We analyze an enacted procedure for introducing computerized information systems in Russian courts. The government put great efforts to develop a distant model of people’s applying for public services, foremost through the information and telecommunications network “Internet”. In general, a legislative basis has been established for this purpose. Over the years of e-justice establishment in Russia, we see an adjustment of originally developed e-service systems. They were designated for automation of judge’s functions, judicial machinery, for future operation on a special Internet platform of electronic procedural services distantly accessible to an unlimited number of citizens and institutions. The authors have revealed the issues of e-justice operation and have substantiated recommendations for their resolution. Also, we have presented ideal e-justice model for Russia.
The reported study was funded by RFBR according to the research project No. 18-29-16132 “Priorities for the legal development of digital technologies of foreign trade activities in the context of international economic integration”.
- 1.Protas, D. V., Protas, E. V. (2017). «Electronic justice» as an innovative world trend. International Journal of Constitutional and State Law, (2), 27–29.Google Scholar
- 2.Gadzhieva, F. R., & Pankratova, D. A. (2015). Prospects for the development of e-justice in the Russian Federation. Topical Issues of Modern Science: Materials of the Fourth International Scientific and Practical Conference.Google Scholar
- 3.Ryabtseva, E. V. (2017). The electronic form of the administration of justice: The criminal procedural aspect. Administrator of the Court, No. 1.Google Scholar
- 4.Tarasov, A.M. (2010). Informatization of the judicial system and electronic justice. Bulletin of the Academy of Law and Management, No. 18.Google Scholar
- 5.Inshakova, A. O. (2018). Priorities of the criminal-legal policy in the field of national security. Legal Concept = Pravovaya Paradigma (vol. 17, no. 2).Google Scholar
- 6.Laptev, V. A. (2017). Electronic evidence in the arbitration process. Russian Justice, No. 2.Google Scholar
- 7.Lang, P. P., & Ogannisyan, R. M. (2016). The implementation of the principles of arbitration in the system of electronic justice. Economics and Society, No. 10.Google Scholar
- 8.Sviridova, M. V. (2017). «Electronic justice» as a search for mechanisms to ensure modern Russian democracy: Problems and contradictions of legislation. Jurist, No. 2 (81).Google Scholar
- 9.Inshakova, A. O., Mineev, O. A., & Sevostyanov, M. V. (2017). Amendments to the civil code of the Russian Federation: Contradictions of theory and practice. Contributions to Economics. Russia and the European Union: Development and Prospects (pp. 147–153). Number XIII.Google Scholar
- 10.Yelchaninova, N. B. (2017). Prospects for the introduction of electronic justice: Legal issues of ensuring information security. Society: Politics, Economics, Law, 7.Google Scholar
- 11.Zhdanova, Yu. A. (2015). The legal nature of electronic justice and its place in the system of institutions of the information society. Administrative Law and Process, No. 4.Google Scholar