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Access to justice shouldn’t be determined by who you are and what you have, says John Coleby

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What comes to mind when you think about law and justice? For many, it will be the courts and the decisions they make. Others may think of the legal advice they have received.

But, what if someone cannot access courts or advice and the protection they may offer? In this case, access to justice becomes as much an issue as the laws themselves. Bearing this in mind, how...

In 2015, after changes to the provision of financial assistance with legal issues (legal aid), the report Speaking Up – Defending and Delivering Access to Justice Today was published...

The report’s authors, Andrew Caplen, former President of the Law Society of England and Wales, and David McIlroy, a barrister, root their argument around access to justice in the Old Testament,...

God’s people are also to speak out on behalf of those who have no voice of their own (Proverbs 31:8) and judge impartially (Leviticus 19:15). Biblical justice is not simply a matter of writing...

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