THE Supreme Court (SC) is gearing up for digital shift to meet the rapid development in the digital economy, as it celebrates its 121st anniversary.
SC was established on June 11, 1901, by the Second Philippine Commission through the enactment of Act No. 136, which abolished the Real Audiencia de Manila, its predecessor.
SC associate justices led by Chief Justice Alexander Gesmundo recently met for information and communications technology knowledge exchange, as the SC prepares for a full shift to the digital age.
Gesmundo highlighted the need for technology-driven court processes, which is part of his twin innovation agenda that includes the conduct of an…