We want to improve the way people are supported in their interactions with the justice system, to target timely and efficient resolutions that lead to positive and sustainable outcomes for all parties involved.
We can be contacted at the following email address: email@example.com.
This question was published as part of the set of ARIs in this document:
The most vulnerable people in our society have complex and multiple needs. They are likely to interact with a range of public services, from health and social care; housing and welfare; to the justice system. Whilst the ...
Funded by: ESRC
Lead research organisation: Nottingham Trent University
The project focuses on sharing justice data and understanding users' interactions with the justice system, which can help improve outcomes for those with legal issues in civil, family, and criminal justice systems.
The project explores the language of DIY Justice by focusing on communication as an inherent part of court hearings as well as court processes and procedures. Since cuts to legal aid in 2013, an increasingly high number ...
Funded by: AHRC
Lead research organisation: Birmingham City University
The project investigates communication challenges faced by litigants in person, which can indirectly help improve the support for individuals with legal issues in civil and family justice systems.
I co-founded transparently four years ago, as a result of my own experiences and after identifying a 'gap' in the legal services market. An opportunity to 'make it better'; to use technology to protect vulnerable individ...
Funded by: Innovate UK
Lead research organisation: Transparently Limited
The project aims to protect vulnerable individuals in family law situations by enabling supervised communication and independent expert assessment, which can help address legal issues in the family justice system.