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    12 Dec 2017

    The Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court (ECSC) has commenced implementation of its e-litigation portal for all the Courts in the jurisdiction.

    A comprehensive demonstration of the e-litigation portal will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Friday, 15 December 2017 at the Registry of the High Court.  Up to three representatives from the Attorney General’s Chambers, Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions, the Executive of the BVI Bar Association and each law firm, are invited to attend and participate in the e-litigation demonstration.

    The ECSC e-litigation portal is an integrated e-filing and case management web application.  It is at an advanced stage of development and will be made available for testing during the early months of 2018 and will be operationalized by the end of the year. The e-litigation portal will provide court users and stakeholders with access to assigned services anytime, anywhere and on any device including smartphones, tablets, laptops and desktops.

    The demonstration will be hosted by Her Ladyship the Honourable Dame Janice M. Pereira, DBE, consultants from CrimsonLogic and staff from ESCS’s IT Department through Zoom Cloud Conferencing for participants in the BVI.

    The presentation will address aspects of the portal including: Judges’ access, Attorneys’ access; Electronic Filing processes; Electronic Notification; Electronic Payments; Electronic Docket (Cause List) preparation; Resolution of Attorney scheduling conflicts; Electronic Case Management; Workflow and Rules Management; Creation of Trial Bundles; and Case Reporting and Analysis.

    For more information, please contact the Registry.  

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