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Civil Justice Council: 8th National Forum on Access to Justice for those without means

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In a first, the Civil Justice Council’s (CJC) 8th National Forum on Access to Justice for those without means was filmed and can be watched on YouTube (see links below).

The event, held in central London, was attended by more than 250 delegates, including members of the CJC, judiciary, legal professionals, civil servants, academics, charities, other organisations and – in another first – members of the public.

The aims of the meeting were to look at areas where a step change is achievable, to engage and make connections and to update on new learning whilst enabling challenge and sharing.

A full summary of the day’s activities can be read online (opens in a new tab).

Videos of the event

CJC National Forum 2019 01


CJC National Forum 2019 02 (external link, opens in a new tab)

CJC National Forum 2019 03 (external link, opens in a new tab)

CJC National Forum 2019 04 (external link, opens in a new tab)

CJC National Forum 2019 05 (external link, opens in a new tab)

CJC National Forum 2019 06 (external link, opens in a new tab)

CJC National Forum 2019 07 (external link, opens in a new tab)

CJC National Forum 2019 08 (external link, opens in a new tab)

CJC National Forum 2019 09 (external link, opens in a new tab)

 

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