Handbook for the implementation of cyberjustice projects in Spain

Alexandra Tsvetkova, Elena Alina Onţanu

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The Handbook for the implementation of cyberjustice projects in Spain (the Handbook) aims to provide for exemplary change and result-based management techniques, and methods for clear, adequate, and transparent involvement of key stakeholders and users, as provided by relevant European Commission for the Efficiency of Justice (CEPEJ) standards and good practices, and lessons learnt from cyberjustice projects implemented across Council of Europe member states. While the Handbook could be used as a baseline for all cyberjustice projects, and it seeks to deliver an umbrella framework for implementing cyberjustice projects applying change management techniques, differences occur between requirements applied to civil, administrative, and criminal proceedings, as well as with regards to the various organisational aspects to facilitate the use of a technical solutions. Therefore, the unique institutional, legal, and/or technological context must always be considered when a cyberjustice project is planned, designed, and implemented.
Original languageEnglish
Commissioning bodyCouncil of Europe
Number of pages78
Publication statusSubmitted - 2022


  • cyberjustice
  • change management
  • digitisation of justice systems
  • transformation of justice services
  • governance
  • Ecosystem approach
  • complexity
  • multi-level support
  • sustainability
  • long-term monitoring


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