Access to Justice
It is widely know the the United States—like many countries—has a justice gap. This has led the Center to support rigorous academic research about traditional—including pro bono and legal aid—and non-traditional—such as technology and other innovations—approaches to trying to close the yawning access to justice gap in this country.
The Access to Justice Lab is dedicated to transforming adjudicatory administration and engagement with the courts into evidence-based fields. The Lab will work to produce rigorous evidence of what works, by incorporating evidence-based thinking and learning from other fields, and by implementing creative interventions and randomized control trial field studies.
Professor of Law, University of California, Irvine School of LawSee all people
Symphony of Courage: Documentary Screening and Q&A
March 31, 2023 — 12:30pm - 1:30am ET