The administration of justice plays an essential part in promoting public policies that will support the growth of Argentina’s wealth.

However, the Argentinian judicial system is often mysterious: there is very little clear, accessible information on how it functions and the processes it entails. There is an urgent need for a new intelligent judicial management paradigm, one that focuses on work processes and guarantees access to justice and effective judicial protection for all people. 

Leveraging new technologies is the key to bringing about a true transformation, achieving greater efficiency, improving access, increasing the transparency of judicial work, and making judicial information more readily available. This is the only way to ensure that the system remains accountable to citizens.

We are working to transform and untangle how the judicial system functions. How? We propose approaches to modernizing the judicial system with a focus on processes, technological innovation, and strengthening state capacities.

We believe it is possible to build an agile, efficient, inclusive, accessible, transparent, and sustainable judicial system.


Johanna Cristallo is a lawyer from UBA, Master in Law and Economics at UTDT and is in the process of writing her thesis for the Master in Administration and Public Policy at UdeSA. She is Secretary of the Attorney General's Office and Acting Director of the Agency for Access to Public Information of the National Public Prosecutor's Office.
Florencia Gayraud holds a BA in political science and government from Torcuato Di Tella University and is currently pursuing an MA in public policy there.