Cuts to legal aid can affect perceptions of fairness at court, writes our guest blogger and lawyer Dan Breger.
Whether London or New York court users face the same frustrations and delays, Phil Bowen explores how we can use fairness to address these issues.
The Center for Court Innovation's Greg Berman reflects on transatlantic working and how brilliant strategic planning is no more than a series of serendipitous encounters.
Greg Berman and Aubrey Fox of the Center for Court Innovation discuss Red Hook Community Justice Centre and what lessons it might bring to similar efforts in the UK.
Guest blogger Rob Allen explores how problem-solving approaches work at Newark Community Solutions
West London Drug Court, which ran from 2007 to 2013 at Hammersmith Magistrates Court was a pioneering project which sought to establish a problem-solving court, which combines punishment with help, within a normal English magistrates’ court. This briefing looks at it's work.
The Lord Chief justice encourages innovative thinking: "innovation and change are not merely an option but they are a necessity".
Are community courts the answer to alcohol-related violence and anti-social behaviour in Dublin.
Peer Courts could be an effective tool as part of the solution to peer-driven crime, finds PC Mark Walsh on his fact-finding trip to the US.