How Do We Measure Access to Justice? A Global Survey of Legal Needs Shows the Way

Date: 03/16/2018     By: Peter Chapman   |   Senior Policy Officer, OSF Justice Initiative   |   Linkedin


When was the last time you had a legal problem? Not just a problem in court, but an issue that involved recourse to law—perhaps a consumer problem, a traffic issue, or a family dispute? If your answer is within the last two years, you are not alone. A remarkable new survey by the World Justice Project (WJP) found that more than half of the people they interviewed, in 45 countries around the world, said the same.

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