The Cyberjustice Community in few words
The Cyberjustice Community is an open software community gathering users, computer scientists and services providers. It develops an open source project offering multiple software solutions and modules in order to improve access to justice through web services and judicial administration tools for implementation in the judicial world.
The Cyberjustice Community’s 5 goals:
- Encourage research and scientific development to bring judicial actors in the network
- Promote access to justice through software tools adapted to the judicial practice
- Decrease the cost for the courts and ministers of justice
- Improve the quality of legal open source software
- Advocate for interoperability and the use of open source standards in the judicial world
- Equality in treatment: Each member of the community must be treated equally.
- Transparency: Every member can access the information and the resources of the Cyberjustice Community through appropriate communication and through free accessible collaboration.
- Meritocracy: According to this principle, any member of the community can influence the future open source coordination and development. The more a member contributes, the bigger his influence is.
The Community in details
WHO ARE MEMBERS?
The members are ministers of Justice, public institutions, courts, research centers who integrate or use the software developed by the Cyberjustice Community and who contributes to their developments or encourages their use by providing related services.
join the community
To join the Cyberjustice Community and contributes to the project, a submission must be sent and will be approved by the Coordination Committee. A financial contribution will be required to cover the functional cost of the community.
If you want join the Community or access the software, please contact Valentin Callipel (email@example.com) or 514-343-6111 # 2550.
The coordination committee
The Coordination Committee is in charge of management of adhesion submissions, the community orientation and the external communication. Each member using the software for their activities designates a representative within the Coordination committee, which is presided by the Cyberjustice Laboratory.
the tech committee
The Tech Committee manages open data and documentation, software architecture, computer infrastructure and development and collaboration of software solutions. It is created by the Coordination Committee and composed by development managers and developers who have a strong experience in the use of the Community’s software.
Software and modules
- Case management system: The Case management system is a web application who helps to manage the whole judicial process. Very felxible and adaptable, this system allows to open a judicial file and associate to it different users. It also allows to follow the process in each step.
- Interface de Salle d’audience (ISA) : ISA is a software module who uses technology during the trial (computer tools and audiovisual) and allows the presentation of the proof through audiovisual tools (access to the Case management system, etc.) for the actors during trial.
- Administration and configuration module: This module helps to configurate applications like security application.
- Authentification module: It is a general module of authentification which can be used with other modules. It allows for instance the authentification of witnesses during trial in the use of ISA.
This content has been updated on 09/13/2018 at 14 h 26 min.