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In the rabbinical courts of the Lactila organization a state-of-the-art computerized system, the first of its kind, has been put in place. From now on, filing a claim and keeping abreast of court decisions can be done online. The system also allows judges to track the sequence of events in any archival case.
Rabbi Yitzhak Zaga, General director of Lactila expects this technological innovation to be a turning point in the public's attitude towards courts across the country.
In the meantime, judges are undergoing professional training. with the participation of dozens of deans from all over the country.
Board member "Laktila" Rabbi Ratzon Arossis said, “We must congratulate the Lactila organization, which provides very strong support for the issue of Torah law, not only in establishing courts, but also in training judges so that they are worthy of holding their positions.”
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