Latest news about the The Justice Index, the new online resource created by the National Center for Access to Justice that relies on data and findings to help increase access to justice in state based justice systems, includes the following:
- In his annual State of the Judiciary Speech, Hawaii’s Chief Justice cites The Justice Index to highlight Hawaii’s progress in building systems to assure self represented litigants access to the courts.
- The Intelligencer covers language access problems and potential solutions in Pennsylvania courts, citing The Justice Index and a report by Temple University Law School students.
- In MIE Journal, a Q&A with NCAJ’s Justice Index team outlines ways in which civil legal aid leaders and other justice system stakeholders can use The Justice Index to increase access to justice in their states for people who are self represented, people who are unable to speak English fluently, and people who have disabilities.
For more on The Justice Index, visit www.justiceindex.org.
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