Supporting online justice: Enhancing accessibility, participation and procedural fairness
Perceptions of accessibility and fairness are central to the legitimacy of the legal system. This makes it imperative to ensure that all lay participants in legal hearings understand how to prepare, what will happen, and how best to present their case. This is increasingly important as the proliferation of online hearings risks disengagement with the justice system and access becomes more complex for the digitally disadvantaged. This research has focused on how we can best support lay users i...Expand abstract
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