‘eCourt’ is the specialist electronic case management system for those involved in proceedings before the Court and Regulatory Tribunal.

Whilst eCourt has been tailored to the requirements of the Regulations and Procedural Rules of the Court and Regulatory Tribunal, the parties and their legal representatives are reminded that they must ensure that they familiarise themselves with the Rules before commencing or responding to proceedings.

In order to use the QICDRC eCourt it is necessary to create an account by clicking on the ‘Create Account Now!’ feature online. Users will need to indicate their ‘Registration Role’ by selecting ‘Legal Practitioner’ or ‘Litigant in Person’ as the case may be. Users will then need to complete the required contact information and upload the relevant supporting documentation (identity / law firm registration / practicing document), undertake the security verification and click ‘Create’. The Registry will then consider the request and, providing all necessary information has been provided, approve the creation of the account. Next, users will be sent their log-in details by email which, upon logging-in for the first time, they will be required to verify and set up a new password. They will then be able to use eCourt.



  • eCourt is available in both English and Arabic.

  • It is free to use.

  • eCourt is accessible via a variety of devices including tablets and mobile phones.

  • It is available 24 hours a day from anywhere in the world (providing the user has access to the internet)

  • eCourt is safe and secure to use.

  • It allows parties to file and access case papers and communications with the Court and Regulatory Tribunal.

  • eCourt has an easy to use interface, customised for litigants in person and legal practitioners to ensure streamlined navigation.

  • It provides email and SMS notifications to alert users of tasks and communications thereby ensuring that users are kept up-to-date with how their case is progressing and what actions, if any, are required from them.

  • eCourt is integrated with the Court and Regulatory Tribunal’s video and telephone conferencing facilities, allowing parties to appear at hearings remotely.

  • It has an in-built help function to assist users who may have queries in relation to eCourt’s functionality.