Access To Justice Webinar
The last two decades have seen a new stream of empirical access to justice research that focuses on the justice experiences of ordinary people, and a corresponding shift in people-centered policy and practice. Fueling much of this work are people-centered data generated by legal needs surveys and related justice measurement strategies. This webinar will feature leading researchers working in this field and focus on emerging research, methods, and analysis, including the Public Understanding of Law Survey (PULS) to understand how people see, understand and engage with the law, and new statistical analysis based on the World Justice Project Global Legal Needs Survey.
Rebecca Sandefur, Arizona State University/American Bar Foundation
Nigel Balmer, Victoria Law Foundation
Alejandro Ponce and Daniela Barba, World Justice Project
Moderator: Matthew Burnett, American Bar Foundation