- Wednesday, 10 December 2014
The government should invest in online dispute resolution for small claims – but not until 2016 so lessons can be learnt from pioneering projects in Holland and Canada, a major report has advised. Meanwhile, Professor Richard Susskind has called for ODR to be explored “urgently”.
Tags: Legal Aid Agency, Legal Education Foundation, Ministry of Justice, online dispute resolution
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- Wednesday, 10 July 2013
The charity created following the sale of the College of Law last year has today announced its first grants, with access to justice, the profession and education the focus. The Legal Education Foundation has a capital endowment of approximately £200m.
Tags: Legal Education Foundation
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