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What happens to the public in the era of digital government?

 Sarah Moore

The UK government is currently undertaking a highly ambitious £1 billion court reform programme. The aspiration is for the physical courts of yesteryear — seemingly sluggish, anachronistic, expensive, and paper-bound — to be replaced by a new, virtual court estate. 743 more words

Public Policy

What does the Supreme People's Court's new judicial transparency policy mean?

In late November (2018), the Supreme People’s Court (SPC) issued its latest transparency policy. The question is, after reading past the references to the 19th Party Congress and the ideology guiding this document, is what, if anything new does it require of the lower courts (and of itself)? 1,445 more words

Connecting Cognitions: Courts and Mental Illness

The Healing Practice of Law  in Action: Mental Health in Problem Solving Court 

By Emily Blitzer, CFCC Student Fellow (2018-2019) 

The Baltimore City Mental Health Court (“BCMHC”) operates within the confines of the Baltimore City District Court system, but its purpose is to provide meaningful justice to criminal offenders with mental health issues. 353 more words

What significance does China's updated court law have?

The National People’s Congress (NPC) Standing Committee recently revised the Organic Law of the People’s Courts (People’s Courts Law, English translation available at Chinalawtranslate.com), the framework law by which the Chinese courts operate.  1,606 more words