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  May 2016
 
  April 2016
 
 
 
 
EDITORIAL

Dear readers,

If the process of law takes too long, justice suffers on account of delay, and if the process is not allowed its full course, the chances of injustice rise manifold. So, one can neither rush down the path of justice, nor tread to slow. Therefore, the only effective wat out is to make the processes less time consuming without short-circuiting the due procedure of law. Technology has made things easier, faster and better in all walks of life, it's high time it entered the courtrooms and assist the law enforcement machinery and justice delivery system in dispensing quick justice without compromosing the quality og judgement.

Extensive computerization and digitization of data supported by expansive computer network across the courts and other associated Institutions and departments not only speeds up the process of justive but also saves trees by reducing the use of paper. Furthermore, the digitization data is a lot more manageable, is completely searchable and does not require huge physical spaces for file storage.
Furthermore, transferring case related information and files is a lot less cumbersome and a great deal faster.

The only challenge that the India legal system now faces is that of training. Its huge workforce to use computers and other electronic devies to do what they had been so far doing with paper, pen and courier. certainly, it will take some time, but soon enough we would have a much swifter system in place supporting the legal machinery. A welcome initiative by all means.

(Manish Arora)

 
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