Community • Administrative data • Completed
Developing the Detail – Evaluating the Impact of Court Reform in England & Wales on Access to Justice
Dr Natalie Byrom | 7th March 2019
This paper presents recommendations for measuring the impact of court reform in England and Wales on Access to Justice. It identifies an irreducible minimum standard of access to justice – derived from existing case law- that should be used to assess the impact of changes to the justice system. The paper also proposes definitions of “vulnerability” and “fairness” which should be incorporated into any evaluation framework.
Digital Justice: HMCTS Data Strategy and Delivering Access to Justice
This report recommends an approach to data collection for service design, iteration and evaluation at HMCTS based on extensive stakeholder consultation with senior judges, government staff, academic researchers, lawyers and data and privacy specialists.
The Impact of Proposals Within: “Data: A New Direction” on Discrimination Under the Equality Act 2010
This legal opinion from leading equality law barristers Robin Allen KC and Dee Masters analyses government proposals for reforms to the UK data protection regime and recommends refinements to prevent discrimination.