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Information Technologies in Civil Proceedings

Student: Ekaterina Isaenko

Supervisor: Ekaterina Evgenievna Yagunova

Faculty: Faculty of Law

Educational Programme: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Final Grade: 8

Year of Graduation: 2020

This research paper focuses on a rapid spread of technologies, which has a huge impact on the modern world including judicial procedures. The main contribution of this scientific work is a detailed study of the use of information technologies in civil proceedings and a search for problems that have a negative impact on the disputes resolution procedure. An analysis of the court practice also contributes to the study of the information technologies use in the evidence system. Finally, our research gives an account of several groups of information technologies used in the civil proceedings: ones that ensure legal proceedings (electronic claims filing, participants’ notification and other); technologies used to investigate evidence; and technologies that ensure the openness of the judicial system.

Full text (added May 19, 2020)

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