The Growth of Green Accounting in Indonesia: A Bibliometric Analysis Using R


In this disruptive era, the problem of delay (delay), affordability (access) in the exchange of information and data is an issue that worries the public, especially in the judicial process, which if ignored, will cause new problems for justice seekers, especially in the Religious Courts. In addition, the issue of integrity (integrity) is an aspect that needs to be optimized in the community service process so that the Religious Courts become a place that can provide justice for the wider community. This study seeks to explore several factors that encourage the birth of an information technology-based system within the Supreme Court (e-litigation), as well as the strategy of the Siak Sri Indrapura Religious Court in realizing a modern judicial process with integrity. The research data was obtained by conducting interviews with judges and court officials, observation, and documentation in the field, and then the data were analyzed using descriptive qualitative methods. The results of this study indicate that the Siak Sri Indrapura Religious Court applies internal coaching strategies and legal socialization to the community to realize a modern and integrity judicial process to get the best predicate in the implementation of E-Litigation.

Keywords: Strategy; modern; integrity

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