Innovative Approaches to Judicial Modeling in the Context of E-Democracy: Prospects for Ukraine




e-democracy, e-government, e-court, e-litigation, trial modelling, Unified Judicial Information and Telecommunication System, videoconferencing mode


Introduction. Innovative approaches in the field of digitalization of the judiciary of Ukraine include the development of network technologies, introduction and improvement of electronic court document management, creation of automated systems for generalization of judicial practice and analysis of court activity, updating the telecommunications structure of courts, creating a single judicial database.
Problem Statement. An important research task is the monitoring of “electronic tools” for modelling litigation in order to complete, timely, impartial, expedited and effective consideration of court cases, as well as the development on this basis of legislative and law enforcement proposals.
Purpose. Theoretical understanding of the role of law and law enforcement practice in the process of using e-democracy tools in the judiciary.
Materials and Мethods. Logical law, comparative law, empirical, deductive and systematic methods of analy sis of the development of electronic litigation in Ukraine.
Results. The current state of implementation of the Unified Judicial Information and Telecommunication System in Ukraine has been analyzed. Legal monitoring of the legislative framework for e-court regulation in Ukraine has been conducted.
Conclusions. In order to improve the legal basis for modelling litigations in Ukraine, the following issues need to be addressed: 1) access to court by videoconference for the parties to the case; 2) use of all possible (existing) messengers for communication with the court; 3) appeal to the court (submission of documents) exclusively in electronic form; 4) remote form for jurisdictional proceedings; 5) remote access to court records for all employees; 6) the possibility of signing the text of the decision without a personal presence in court (electronic signature); 7) automatic distribution of cases between all judges of Ukraine of the relevant specialization (departure from territorial jurisdiction).


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BARABASH, T., HUMENIUK, I., LEVYTSKA, L., & MUZA, O. (2022). Innovative Approaches to Judicial Modeling in the Context of E-Democracy: Prospects for Ukraine. Science and Innovation, 18(4), 120–130.



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