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Court Automation Survey

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Armenian Prime Minister, Tigran Sargsyan, inspects the new DataLex information kiosk in Yerevan at its official launch in 2009.

In an attempt to gather reliable information about the extent to which courts of justice are effectively using information technology for case management, a group of World Bank experts has developed the Court Automation Survey. Using the Survey Monkey online surveying tool, the survey is aimed at gathering information about court automation in such areas as e-filing, document production, virtual court files, the production of automated case statistics and e-publishing of court decisions. The survey is an initiative of JustPAL – the Justice Peer Assisted Learning Network for Europe and Central Asia, which is sponsored by the World Bank.

The survey is not directly aimed at court administrators or chief justices, but to anyone who is sufficiently familiar with the workings of any one court to be able to answer the range of questions asked. Anyone who has knowledge of the use of technology in any particular court, anywhere in the world, is invited to submit a survey response online or to on forward the survey link to those who can. A PDF copy of the survey questions can be viewed here (Survey PDF ).

To complete the survey in English, go to Court Automation Survey, April 2012 




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