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World

Judicial
Efficiency Improvements &
Reengineering
Court Processes
to Streamline & Rightsizing
the Judiciary

Conference 2017

  1. Overview
  2. Programme
  3. Gallery
  4. Delegates
  5. Exhibitors
  6. Exhibition Opportunities
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Case delays reduce the efficacy and effectiveness of the trial process, as such, it is critical to all Judicial Officers, including Chief Justices, Judges, Court Registrars as well as judicial stakeholders to review administrative systemic changes within the judicial system, and create an opportunity to speed up the rate at which cases are heard, in order to alleviate backlogs, reducing delays, managing case loads and accelerate case disposition, to streamline and rightsizing the Judiciary that will directly influence the functioning of courts efficient and to ensure the administration of justice is responsive to the needs of the users

Case backlogs are one of the most common criticisms of courts. In addition, backlogs are very difficult to administer. The Judiciary needs to ensure Courts meet the fundamental obligations to administer justice in a reasonable time, as delays reduce the efficacy and fairness of the trial process. Therefore, it is necessary to all Judicial Officers, including Chief Justices, Judges, Court Registrars as well as judicial stakeholders to ensure greater efficiency that will guarantee a judicial system that is modern, accessible, effective and transparent. As such, sufficient time has been set aside to highlight some of these business transforming technologies that are crucial to enhance efficiency in implementation of backlog reduction strategy, including reviewing judicial efficiency improvement and reengineering court processes to streamline and rightsizing the Judiciary in order to facilitate the delivery of greater efficiency and to ensure that the administration of justice is efficient.