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The Coalition for the Goods and Services Tax Appellate Tribunal in India (‘GSTAT Coalition India’) has been convened to advocate for  the speedy constitution of and develop an inclusive and shared imagination of a modern digital Goods and Services Tax Appellate Tribunal (‘GSTAT’).

This paper brings to the fore the need for vision statements for the judiciary in India. Vision statements, called by whatever name, are not meant only for setting aspirational goals for the judiciary.

Access to Justice for All Remains the Central Focus as Regards Various Technology-related Reforms.

The long-venerated principle of open justice (including open courts) requires that court proceedings must be accessible to the public. Open justice now increasingly means the ability of the community to access...

Tribunals form an integral part of the Indian justice system. Their failure to achieve the objective of efficient dispute resolution has led to widespread recognition of the need for administrative reforms of tribunals...

The COVID 19 global pandemic has forced the Indian judiciary to adopt digital processes at an unprecedented speed and scale. With a countrywide lockdown being imposed on 25 March 2020...

Adequate judge strength is essential for an effective judiciary. With cases constantly being filed in all tiers of the judiciary, it is important that the requisite judicial strength be available...

To ensure that judges channel their complete attention on adjudicating disputes, the post of Court Manager was created in 2010 to assist judges with the administrative tasks...

The growth of the e-courts system has led to an exponential increase in the availability of court-related statistics. There are millions of records for case and hearing related information that are on the e-courts...

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