Posts Tagged: Judicial information systems

Reiling on eJustice in 2020

Judge Dory Reiling, Ph.D., Vice President of the Amsterdam District Court, has published a new blogpost entitled Nieuw! Visie op de rechtspraak, at her blog on Mr. Online. The post comments on the report issued last month, entitled Visie op de rechtspraak, which set out a proposed vision of the future for the the administrationRead… Read more »

European e-Justice Portal Now Available

The European e-Justice Portal is now available. The Portal currently provides access to a range of primary, secondary, and tertiary legal information respecting the European Union and its member states. Click here for a video providing an overview of the Portal. Here is a summary of the current content and services of the Portal: PrimaryRead… Read more »

European e-Justice Portal Said to Launch 16 July 2010

The European e-Justice Portal is to launch on 16 July 2010, at the meeting of the European Union Justice and Home Affairs Ministers in Brussels, according to a post on the LinkedIn e-Justice group by Ronald van den Hoogen of The Netherlands’ Ministry of Justice. Mr. van den Hoogen also cites the meeting agenda, whichRead… Read more »

Lesjak on A Proposal of Representative Legal e-Services Based on a Slovenian Case Study

Benjamin Lesjak of the University of Maribor Faculty of Law will present a paper entitled A Proposal of Representative Legal e-Services Based on a Slovenian Case Study, at The eChallenges e-2010 Conference, to be held 27-29 October 2010, in Warsaw, Poland. Here is the abstract of the paper: Information technology is widely used in allRead… Read more »

Delay on European e-Justice Portal

The European e-Justice Portal will not become publicly available in the first half of 2010, according to a press release issued by the Council of the European Union and dated 3-4 June 2010. The Council further stated: Concerning the European e-Justice portal, the Council expressed its disappointment and regretted that the portal would not beRead… Read more »

Drupal for Courts

A group of legal informatics researchers, of which I’m one, is currently trying to identify courts that use the Drupal open-source content management system for their Websites or other information systems. So far, we have identified just one court Website that uses Drupal: the emergency preparedness site of the U.S. District Court for the CentralRead… Read more »