THE ROLE OF THE SUPREME COURT OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA IN REGULATING E-COURT DURING THE NEW
This paper seeks to describe the role of the Supreme Court in conducting trials during the critical period of the Covid-19 pandemic. In this context, this study focuses on the extent to which the Supreme Court plays an active role in specifying digital policies and utilizing electronic-court and e-litigation to ensure access to justice for the people during the Covid-19 Pandemic. Using a systematic review approach, the findings indicate that the Supreme Court has proactively done so far as an effort to prevent the spread of Covid-19 while ensuring the court services to the justice-seeking community. Digital transformation was largely utilized during the critical time and information technology was also used to support in all court fields to serve the justice-seeking community. This is in line with the government's appeal to continue to pay attention to the Covid-19 prevention protocol. This paper contributes to the understanding that the electronic justice system embedded in it is e-litigation and is able to answer the challenges of serving the community amid the Covid-19 outbreak. With e-Court, people can be sure to be served from wherever they are, without the need to come to court and make physical contact, so this can cut the chain of the spread of Covid-19.