E-Justice in Central and Eastern Europe

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The Central and Eastern Europe countries are undergoing significant change as they accelerate to becoming digital economies. A key cornerstone for the region’s future economic success is the quality of its justice system. Investors will steer clear of societies who have anything less than a robust justice system. With increased mobility citizens will similarly vote with their feet.

This paper highlights where the Central and Eastern Europe is on its journey to a robust justice system. It highlights how new technology can be used to enhance justice and provides many examples of global best practice.

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Ade McCormack is an advisor, speaker and writer in respect of the digital economy and its impact on work, workers and leadership. He works with corporate and governmental organisations focused on digital transformation. He is the author of a number of books and is an opinion columnist with the Financial Times and CIO magazine in respect of digital leadership. He has also lectured on digital leadership at MIT Sloan School of Management. For more of Ade’s perspectives, visit his eWorld Radar blog or follow him on @AdeMcCormack.