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E-JUSTICE: theoretical principles and problems of realization of the right to judicial protection in the conditions of digitalization


Oleksandr Mykolenko, Volodymyr Dryshliuk, Nataliia Volkova, Valerii Prytuliak, Olha Verba


Vol. 21  No. 10  pp. 295-301


The article deals with the peculiarities of the realization by citizens of the constitutional right to judicial protection in the conditions of digitalization. The purpose of the article was to establish the state of implementation of ""e-justice"" and to analyze the features of e-justice in Ukraine and abroad. In particular, in October 2021, Ukraine will have a full-fledged e-justice system, which includes all the necessary elements of justice, from filing a claim in electronic form and ending with the consideration of the case by videoconference. To carry out scientific research, the authors used some methods, among which are the methods of induction, deduction, hermeneutic, comparative analysis, and formal-legal method. The authors of the article concluded that the process of introduction of the e-justice system in the world is irreversible and necessary. It is gratifying that Ukraine is in the rear of the developed world in this context. The coming months will provide grounds for interim conclusions on the quality of domestic e-justice. However, proper scientific understanding of e-court issues, taking into account the significant experience of e-justice in European countries and the work of the domestic Ministry of Digital Transformation, will undoubtedly make it possible to bring Ukrainian e-justice to the proper functional level. Further research will assist in this.


e-justice, justice, e-court, digitization, right to judicial protection