On September 24th, the National Center for Access to Justice at Cardozo Law School and the Columbia Law School Human Rights Institute will jointly host a mid-day panel discussion on the implications in the US of the imminent adoption by the UN of a “Global Goal” calling on all nations to increase access to justice. “Goal 16” asks all nations, including the US, to set national “indicators” and track “data” to measure progress on access to justice. The event is open to the public, a light lunch will be served, space is limited. See invitation and concept paper here. RSVP to Goal16USA@gmail.com by September 21, 2015.