Publication details

Online soudnictví v České republice

Title in English Online Justice in the Czech Republic
Authors

LOEBL Zbyněk LOUTOCKÝ Pavel MAISNER Martin MATĚJKA Michal POLČÁK Radim URBÁNIKOVÁ Marína

Year of publication 2021
Type Monograph
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Law

Citation
Description This book is the first comprehensive discussion of the ethical, legal and sociological aspects of the preparation of online justice in the Czech Republic. Online justice needs to be introduced gradually so that parties, judges, court clerks and court managers are well prepared for it. Online justice is an important reform of the justice system, it can bring major positive changes in citizens' access to the courts and to justice in general, and it can also save significant costs in the long run. However, there are also high risks that can turn potential benefits into negatives - many citizens' access to justice can be significantly impaired and the state can spend a lot of money unnecessarily. Good comprehensive preparation of the online justice system will therefore be crucial. The text provides important information from abroad and summarises the current state of digital justice in our country. The book also contains the results of the first public survey on online courts among the citizens of the Czech Republic. The book describes the steps that lie ahead of us in preparing for the introduction of the first online courts, which the authors believe should start now. It also looks ahead to the future.
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