BIC case-filing division wins awards
In conjunction with International Women's Day, which falls on March 8, the All-China Women's Federation released a national award list for advanced women individuals and units. The Case-filing Division of the Beijing Internet Court (BIC), also the litigation service center, was awarded the national civilized unit of female staff.
The division has 57 staff in total, 44 or 77.2 percent of whom are female. Since its establishment, the division has been striving to protect the rights and interests of disadvantaged groups, such as women and children, and to promote law-based governance in cyberspace.
Since its establishment, the division has been striving to protect the rights and interests of disadvantaged groups, such as women and children, and to promote law-based governance in cyberspace. [Photo/Beijing Internet Court]
They focus on the concerns and needs of disadvantaged groups. Teams were assembled exclusively to mediate and hear cases involving the elderly, women and children. Legal publicity events were carried out both online and onsite to enhance their internet surfing knowledge. Efforts were also made in offering judicial suggestions to online platforms regarding mechanism and administrative loopholes for the protection of minors.
The division fully taps the award-winning one-stop diversified dispute resolution platform for copyright cases, which is resourceful, intelligent and efficient, facilitating the social co-governance of conflicts and disputes.
They also created their own brand of project that focuses on serving the people and has won innovation awards among courts in Beijing.
The division was recognized as an outstanding unit among Beijing courts in 2022, as well as a "political and legal unit that meets the people's needs".