Abu Dhabi Judicial Department launches new legislations and rulings portal utilising latest technologies

Launching The Abu Dhabi Judicial Portal For Judgments And Legislations

In a new step that utlilises the latest tech developments and information technologies for the service and convenience of the society, the Abu Dhabi Judicial Department (ADJD) announced the launch of Abu Dhabi Legislations and Rulings Portal – a smart judicial platform that uses artificial intelligence to provide advanced services to members of the judicial authority and legal experts. Rulings are indexed by topic and department, while local and federal legislations are accessible in simple formats. 

In his comments, Counselor Yusuf Saeed Al-Abri, Under-Secretary of the Abu Dhabi Judicial Department, stated that launching the portal comes in line with the wise vision of his highness Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Presidential Affairs and President of the Judicial Department, and his directives to utilize the latest technologies in serving the development of Abu Dhabi. It also reflects the immense progress in the department's digital transformation journey and Abu Dhabi government departments' ongoing efforts to meet modern demands.

He said the portal has been completed in terms of content creation and management and system design, developed by specialized staff at ADJD. Their work was based on effective quality assurance mechanisms with a focus on providing simplified search services for specialized legal content. The portal is accessible to everyone through the department's website, and will be continuously updated. 

The portal includes Abu Dhabi's rulings of cassation from 2007 to 2019, as well as local and federal legislations indexed by years of issuance and by topic, thereby covering more than 30 thousand pages. The portal will later include the ADJD publications – such as legal studies and journals, seminars and lectures held at the department or the Judicial Academy in various formats including audio and visual formats to enhance remote learning capabilities.  


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