How China's E-Justice System Works?

Jan 10, 2019
| By Guodong Du and Meng Yu
Guodong Du, attorney at Dentons and Meng Yu, researcher and co-founder of China Justice Observer, write on the various systems behind Chinese courts, and how big data and AI are employed throughout the judicial system to promote efficiency and transparency.
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Since Chief Justice Zhou Qiang became the president of China’s Supreme People’s Court (SPC) in 2012, the two main focuses of the Chinese courts have been implementing an e-justice system and judicial reforms. In China’s latest round of judicial reforms (2014-2017), information technology stood out as one of the main means to achieve the goal of judicial reform with 35 out of the 65 judicial reform tasks relying on information technology.

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