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Access to Justice, Digitalization and Vulnerability

Exploring Trust in Justice

March 1, 2024 | Hardcover
ISBN: 9781529229523
$199.50
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Description

The pandemic has significantly impacted people's engagement with the administrative justice system (AJS). As we navigate the post-pandemic era, the siloed landscape of tribunals, ombuds, advice services and NGOs face the challenge of maintaining trust in the justice system's fairness, efficacy and inclusivity. Examining the journeys individuals undertake to seek justice in housing and special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), this book sheds light on how these institutions adapted to remote service provision. Written by key names in the field, this important contribution uncovers valuable insights for digitalization efforts and offers concrete recommendations for improving pathways to justice.

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About this Author

Naomi Creutzfeldt is Professor of Law and Society at the University of Kent. Arabella Kyprianides is Research Fellow at University College London. Ben Bradford is Professor in the Department of Security and Crime Science at University College London. Jonathan Jackson is Professor of Research Methodology at the London School of Economics.

ISBN: 9781529229523
Format: Hardcover
Series: Perspectives on Law and Access to Justice
Pages: 238
Publisher: Bristol University Press
Published: 2024-03-01

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