EUKOJUST is supporting Kosovo Judicial Council with a workshop on 7 and 8 April to draft a new regulation on the use of Case Management Information System (CMIS) in the judiciary system. This two-day workshop will serve as a platform to identify and address emerging issues pertaining to the use of CMIS by judges and the supporting staff of courts and KJC. Furthermore, the workshop is going to tackle key aspects of CMIS encompassing the work of basic courts, appellate court as well as supreme court against the backdrop of streamlining processes regarding statistical reporting and interconnecting this system with other platforms in place.
The Regulation is conceptualized as a blueprint to provide a clear description of the entire work processes in the court system through CMIS, starting from the receipt of submissions/case files, registration, scanning and automatic allocation of cases to judges through CMIS. Moreover, it is going to track all actions undertaken by the judge, communication of judges with courts through the system. New draft of the regulation aims to further clarify communication between the court system: Basic Court – Appellate Court – Supreme Court and Electronic data exchange with the Prosecution Service will be better streamlined.