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Morten Bergsmo has co-ordinated the development of the ICC Case Matrix since the start of the process in 2002. This has entailed the conceptualisation and creation of the Matrix and all its functions and services. Salim A. Nakhjavani and Sangkul Kim played important roles in the early conceptual development. More recently, Ilia Utmelidze has, together with Morten Bergsmo, developed the Legal Requirements 2.1. document on which the ICC Case Matrix is based. Kiki A. Japutra plays an important role in the updating of the ICC Case Matrix. Marit Vik has assisted with user manuals.

Ralph Hecksteden has been the main technical developer of the Case Matrix since the start of the process. He and the European Academy for Computing in Law are responsible for the technical quality of the online and locally installed versions of the ICC Case Matrix. 

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