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Challenges of digitization in the Justice Administration

There is still a long way to go in the digital transformation of Justice, but certainly, the advance of new technologies presents unique opportunities to promote the modernization of the Courts. In fact, the pandemic and its consequences have shown that there are options to propose a digitalization process that is urgent and necessary, as the Ministry of Justice has conveyed with the development of the three projects to meet the objectives for 2030: the law of procedural efficiency, organizational efficiency and digital efficiency of the public service of Justice. The possibilities may be many and the important thing is that formulas for a judicial future are drawn on the horizon that are no longer so alien and that involve all legal operators, with approaches that include the use of artificial intelligence, new formulations around digital evidence and other technological solutions in procedures that are not impossible to implement and apply.

Dra. Lourdes Miguel Sáez

Dean of the Faculty of Social and Juridical Sciences
Coordinator of the Degree in Security Policies and Crime Control
Professor of Procedural Law at the UCAV
Her research deals with alternative methods of conflict resolution, restorative justice and digital transformation of Justice.

Dr. Álvaro Mendo Estrella

DEKIS Research Group
Associate Professor of Criminal Law. UCAV
Line of research: Criminal Law and, among others, issues related to ICTs and Criminal Law.

Prof. Javier García Encinar

Magistrate President of the Provincial Court of Ávila.
Professor of Procedural Law at the UCAV
His research deals with current procedural issues.



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