Fairer, faster... cheaper?
It is not just the UK that is experiencing an overhaul of its judicial system. Carolyn Boyle outlines some of the changes occurring in other jurisdictions
Governments around the world are streamlining their legal systems to make them fairer, faster and more accessible. Some have pared down court procedure to accelerate the resolution of disputes, while others are exploring the opportunities afforded by different modes of litigation. The ultimate aim is to ensure that impartiality and efficiency remain the twin touchstones of the judicial process.
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