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Introducing Smart e-Trials into the UAE Judicial System

In: Arab Law Quarterly
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Ziad Kh Al-EniziAssociate Professor, College of Law, Al-Ain University, Al-Ain, United Arab Emirates

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Ahmad GhandourAssociate Professor, College of Business, Al-Ain University, Al-Ain, United Arab Emirates

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Abstract

Electronic trials (e-trials) or the use of electronic means in remote litigation are of great importance at both national and international levels. Many countries have sought to take advantage and reap the benefits of electronic means in litigation by adopting laws regulating this area. The United Arab Emirates is one of the Arab countries that showed great interest in this matter and has passed laws regulating it. This study analyses the electronic court from the perspective of the UAE through a twofold inquiry: firstly, regarding the nature of electronic courts in the UAE and how they operate; and, secondly, regarding litigation before the electronic court and the associated procedures. The study ends with a summary and conclusions.

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