Ltd. is a Canadian technology company headquartered in downtown Toronto, Ontario. The company combines legal and litigation process expertise with
cutting-edge application development skills to create web-based software solutions for expediting and facilitating the adjudicative process. For
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The Company's founders, management and staff include former lawyers, law clerks and other personnel with extensive professional experience with the legal
process in Canada and elsewhere. In addition, CourtCanada has a team of highly skilled application developers and other technology experts. CourtCanada's
technology team includes several recognized industry leaders, and its members have led numerous large scale commercial and government IT projects.
Biographies of key CourtCanada personnel are available here.
Since its founding in 2006, CourtCanada has developed strong working relationships with government, professional organizations, legal professionals and
other stakeholder groups, and is involved in a number of initiatives with the Courts in Ontario. The Company has also developed business relationships and
strategic alliances with industry leaders such as Thomson Reuters Canada Limited.
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mission is to deliver innovative, efficient and cost-effective
solutions that enable our clients to improve the level of
professional service they deliver to their clients.
management and employees recognize that the company is privileged to
be a part of the Canadian justice system. We believe that this
privilege carries with it a responsibility to govern our company and
its activities with the highest degree of social responsibility. CourtCanada's culture is one of innovative research and application
development supported by essential legal process expertise. We are
committed to contributing towards a
more efficient and accessible justice system for all.
guiding principles include:
Access to Justice.
Access to justice is a basic human right.
Enhancing access to justice requires removing barriers such as
procedural inefficiencies, complexity, duration and cost, in order
to ensure that the justice system and its legal protections are
available to and accessible by all.
The administration of justice cannot be achieved without a
transparent legal system, including a clear
set of laws that are freely and easily accessible to all, strong
enforcement structures, and an independent judiciary to protect
citizens against the arbitrary use of power by the state,
individuals or other organizations.
In its most basic form, the Rule of Law is the principle that no one
is above the law. The most important aspect of this is the principle
that governmental authority is legitimately exercised only in
accordance with written, publicly disclosed laws adopted and
enforced in accordance with established procedural steps.