Technology, transparency and the judicial discretion

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Abstract

The judiciary of Bangladesh has been accused of expensive, lengthy and not transparent to provide justice. Among various reasons, the most prominent one is limited use of technology. Though a minimal use of technology has been introduced in the Higher Court, however, the subordinate court is still following the old manual process. From filing to resolve every procedure is maintained manually that not only delay the court to resolve but also gives a large option of taking unlawful advantages from the litigants by the court staff. This paper investigates how the efficient use of technology would reduce litigation cost and delay as well as will establish a transparent judiciary to provide a better perception of the justice delivery system.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationCivil Justice Research Conference 2019 - programme
PublisherMacquarie University
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 21 Feb 2019
EventCivil Justice Research Conference 2019 - Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia
Duration: 21 Feb 201922 Feb 2019

Conference

ConferenceCivil Justice Research Conference 2019
CountryAustralia
CitySydney
Period21/02/1922/02/19

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Tahura, U. (2019). Technology, transparency and the judicial discretion. In Civil Justice Research Conference 2019 - programme Macquarie University.
Tahura, Ummey. / Technology, transparency and the judicial discretion. Civil Justice Research Conference 2019 - programme. Macquarie University, 2019.
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