Resource: ‘ “Sense of access to justice” as a framework for civil procedure justice reform: an empirical assessment of judicial settlement conferences in Quebec (Canada)’, by J.F. Roberge

An emerging worldwide civil procedure justice reform trend takes the user’s point of view into account in order to promote access-to-justice and support for the rule of law. In the Canadian context, the Quebec civil law province has taken the Read more ›


Event: History and challenges with expert testimony from an applied perspective: Can we really improve on standards for admissibility? – Northumbria University (Date: 22.10)

Expert evidence is a contentious area with a number of high profile cases highlighting the unreliable nature of some ‘scientific’ expert evidence.  This presentation will outline historical challenges with such evidence, outline how the area has developed and make some Read more ›

Book: Making Law and Courts Research Relevant.The Normative Implications of Empirical Research (Law, Courts and Politics), edited by Brandon Bartels & Chris W. Bonneau

Brandon Bartels & Chris W. Bonneau’s paperback on Making Law and Courts Research Relevant. The Normative Implications of Empirical Research is now available for purchase. Please visit the website listed below as source to place an order. Source: This post Read more ›