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Innovation and Justice in The Netherlands

HiiL (the Dutch institution best known for the innovative Rechtwijzer programme) held its 2019 innovating justice forum yesterday. This is the ninth in the series so there is a pretty well-honed machine that swings into operation. As ever, there was much that was impressive and at the heart of proceedings were a group of entrepreneurs … Continue reading Innovation and Justice in The Netherlands

Technology, Access to Justice and Legal Empowerment in Developing Countries

Most talk of technology in the service of access to justice takes place in the context of countries with developed economies like the US, UK and Australia. Actually, as a matter of practice, much international talk is restricted further to anglophone countries where cross-communication is easier. But, there are increasing signs that there people and … Continue reading Technology, Access to Justice and Legal Empowerment in Developing Countries