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Justice is a pillar of the democratic rule of law. However, there are few studies in the administration of justice. This research addresses the topic of e-Justice, specifically the factors that favour its successful adoption. Based on eight case studies found in the literature, the success factors are classified using the Gil-García and Pardo (2005) e-Government theoretical foundations. The results point to the prevalence of information technology and the organisational and managerial challenges. Another conclusion is the need to develop theoretical frameworks that conform to the specificities of e-Justice success adoption.