Archived news from Justice Lab.
Time to listen to the public on justice data
Ensuring the public gets a say on how their data is used and shared by the justice system is essential. But it requires decision-makers to change. In this blog, Jeni Tennison, Founder and Executive Director of Connected by Data, explains how Justice Lab’s work can help.
Parliamentary event - taking stock and looking forward
Last week, Justice Lab hosted the first of a series of events to celebrate what the organisation has already achieved, and share our plans for the future. In this blog post, Dr Natalie Byrom, Director of Justice Lab, reflects on our Parliamentary showcase.
New data panel must resist lawtech to maintain public confidence in justice
New Senior Data Governance Panel established to inform decisions on access to and use of court data will undermine public confidence in the justice system if it focuses solely on serving the needs of the growing lawtech industry
Public confidence in justice at risk from court records release
Making information from court records available to commercial organisations is not supported by the public and risks further undermining confidence in the justice system, according to ground-breaking research undertaken by Ipsos Mori for Justice Lab.