The e-Committee of the Supreme Court of India is seeking public feedback on its draft Vision Document for Phase III of the eCourts Project. Suggestions are invited till April 23, 2021 [Update: Suggestions are now welcome till May 7, 2021]..The feedback can be shared through this link..The draft vision document imagines a collaborative digital ecosystem in which the judicial system ‘talks’ to other institutions such as the police, prisons and ADR institutions. .Furthermore, the document promotes the creation of technological solutions to replace routine processes, and enable greater access to justice..Agami, one of three expert members of the drafting committee for the vision document, hosted a town hall meeting on April 13 to provide a glimpse into the document, and showcase easy to use tools through which citizens can provide suggestions to the eCommittee. .The town hall saw participation from 106 academics, bureaucrats, legal tech entrepreneurs, lawyers. Important sections of the document including ensuring privacy and security of data, accounting for surveillance concerns, addressing the digital divide, and the role that the legal tech industry can play in advancing the vision, were discussed..A summary of the vision document in English and Hindi can be read and annotated on the Civis’ portal on or before April 23..Register your interest for the next Townhall here.