The dawn of the digital age has opened up a new chapter of possibilities in international collaboration. Permissioned blockchain technology could become a vital tool in enabling and facilitating international collaboration between different judicial systems in other countries. It could potentially revolutionise judicial notifications, help streamline the process of obtaining evidence abroad, expedite requests for information and facilitate the recognition of the authenticity of foreign judgments. Moreover, it could help minimise the risks of parallel litigation and facilitate the coordination of proceedings across jurisdictions.
Through permissioned blockchain technology, international collaboration of judicial systems could go from being difficult and slow to seamless and efficient.
Blockchain technology could be used for a variety of tasks, such as digitising existing paper systems, automating document submission processes, and ensuring faster transmission of information. Through its secure encryption and immutability, blockchain technology could provide the trust and security needed to facilitate international collaboration.