Using the experience of the arbitration-procedural model of record keeping to the provisions of the criminal procedure law

Volume 6, Number 3, 2021, P. 296–305


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The coronavirus pandemic has affected all aspects of our lives and, in particular, forced us to reconsider views on traditional forms of justice. In this regard, it is interesting to study the issues of digital transformation of the process, namely: ensuring a complete transition to digitalization of procedural documents, rejection of paper media, the possibility of unhindered use of information services of courts, as well as conducting online meetings. Therefore, the emergence of electronic justice, taking place in the context of the global trend of digitalization, presupposes the introduction of new tools and services into legal proceedings that will ensure electronic interaction between the participants in the process and the court and will help protect the rights of the participants in the process, but in no case plead with them. The article examines the issues of electronic document management and online meetings in the practice of courts of general jurisdiction and arbitration courts. The author used the analytical method and the method of comparative legal analysis. The results of this study show that despite the existing positive trends in the development of digitalization of legal proceedings, there are many issues that hinder the accessibility and transparency of justice in civil cases, in particular, we are talking not only about the technical component, but also about the reluctance of judges to conduct the process in accordance with civil and arbitration procedural forms. In addition, the lack of relevant norms in the legislation is of great importance. On the basis of the analysis made, the author formulated proposals for improving legislation in the field of ejustice, including: fixing in the procedural rules the relevant provisions on online meetings, the acceptance and study of electronic evidence.


electronic justice, electronic document management, online meeting, digital technologies, informatization, civil proceedings


Lira R. Yulberdina Senior Lecturer, Department of Civil Law and Procedure, Sterlitamak branch of Bashkir State University, Sterlitamak, Russia

For citation:

Yulberdina L. R. (2021) Using the experience of the arbitration-procedural model of record keeping to the provisions of the criminal procedure law. Sotsial’naya kompetentnost’ = Social Competence. Vol. 6. No. 3. P. 296–305. (In Russ.)


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