Thomas Gottwald

Federal Ministry of Justice, Austria
Professional experience:
2012 until now: Federal Ministry of Justice, Directorate General for Administration and Co-ordination, Department Pr 5 (Legal informatics) and Deputy head of Department Pr 6 (Public services law and Controlling)

2011: Federal Ministry of Justice, Directorate General for Administration and Co-ordination, Department Pr 5 (Legal informatics)

2008 – 2010: Federal Ministry of Justice, Directorate General for Administration and Co-ordination, Department Pr 3 (Public relations, Citizens‘ office, Statistics) and Department Pr 5 (Legal informatics)

2006 – 2008: Judge at the District court for commercial affairs in Vienna

2003 – 2006: Federal Ministry of Justice, Directorate General for Administration and Co-ordination, Department Pr 5 (Legal informatics)

1999 – 2003: Trainee judge

1995 – 1998: Trainee at Law office Dr. Thomas Mondl in Vienna

1989 – 1992: Several summer jobs Lecture activities 2014: Publisher of a Festschrift for Dr. Martin Schneider “e-Justice in Österreich, Erfahrungs-berichte und europäischer Kontext“

2010 until now: Lector for law at the College of higher education of Wiener Neustadt

2003 until now: Lector for law at the University of Vienna2003 until now: Presentations about legal informatics in Brussels (Working group on e-Justice), Strasbourg (Council of Europe, CEPEJ), Vilvoorde (Belgian Justice), Luxembourg (European Institute for Public Administration), Bremen (Speyerer quality competition), The Hague (Hague Conference on Private International Law), Zagreb (International fair FINA), Vienna (e-Goverment Day, International conference „e-Justice & e-Law), Salzburg (International Legal Informatics Symposium, Trier (German Judges Academy), Tiflis (Georgian Justice)

Military experience
Reserve officer (Major) Legal adviser officer of the 3th Mechanised Infantry Brigade and Information officer
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  • Austrian Justiz 3.0   |   Medzinárodný kongres ITAPA 2015: No Borders

    This initiative aims for analyzing justice as a whole, trying to shape optimum IT-support for all the different users, considering current technological developments and possibilities. The vision even encompasses the all-digital handling of proceedings.
     With participation of all stakeholders, in particular the judges, paralegals etc., business processes like „inbox and file structure“, „decisions and decrees“ or „working place of decision-makers“, defining status quo and target state are elaborated in the various working groups. The presentation will give an overview of the state of the project and its future implementation.
     
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