The deployment of e-Justice reforms aiming for more efficient and effective justice administration faces great barriers, even though considerable resources have been invested worldwide. This paper describes the factors that have enabled the Electronic Judicial Process deployment in Brazil. Currently, in the country, 98.9% of all judicial proceedings are held electronically. We focus on enablers of normative, technical, political, organisational, institutional, and related governance aspects. The research is important due to its potential to help other countries on their path to the informatisation of justice.