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The use of Electronic Technologies in the Russian Arbitration Procedure

Student: Kirill Goryunov

Supervisor: Liubov A. Prokudina

Faculty: Faculty of Law

Educational Programme: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Final Grade: 8

Year of Graduation: 2019

The purpose of this study is to characterize the use of electronic technologies in the arbitration procedure of the Russian Federation from the point of view of domestic legislation, doctrine and law enforcement practice. Graduation thesis consists of two chapters. The first chapter is devoted to the consideration of the related categories of "e-justice" and "informatization of the judicial system, which together are an integral part of electronic technologies in the arbitration procedure of the Russian Federation. Special attention is paid to the definition of their content (structural elements). This chapter deals with the analysis of the procedural aspects of e-justice in lawsuit, simplified and order proceedings. In the second chapter electronic evidence is researched as an integral component of e-justice. This part of the work is aimed at determining the legal nature of electronic evidence and their place in the system of evidence in the arbitration procedure in Russia. Finally, the law enforcement practice of using electronic evidence in the arbitration procedure of the Russian Federation is analyzed. According to the results of the study, the following conclusions were made: a) the use of modern electronic technologies in the arbitration procedure is only at the initial stage, since the procedural legislation is not yet fully adapted to modern electronic technologies; b) the concepts of “e-justice” and “informatization of the judicial system” should be distinguished; c) the assignment by the legislator of electronic evidence to written evidence is optimal; d) the current order of submitting separate types of electronic evidence to the arbitration court and their evaluation is needed to be more detailed.

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