Grant: £91,287
November 9, 2016

This project builds on the recommendations from recent reports Delivering Justice in an Age of Austerity and What is a Court?, which informed the senior judiciary and Government’s thinking on system reform.

This project aims to ensure that the changes to the court and tribunals systems through digitisation respond to the needs of court users, and that ordinary people are provided with the tools to be able to take advantage of an improved, online justice system.

The project will involve on-going work with senior judges, law makers and Government officials on the adoption of modified dispute resolution processes by the judiciary and on reconfiguration of the court and tribunal estate centred on flexibility and IT enabled access to court buildings. It will also involve the establishment of a Working Party of JUSTICE members focussed on how ‘Assisted Digital’ might be enhanced to ensure that everyone, including the most technologically marginalised, can access justice online.

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