Justice and Law

What we can learn from Asia’s courts of the future

Court users need judicial institutions that are effective, cheap and secure, regardless of the country they operate in Image: REUTERS/Stephane Mahe

Viva Dadwal

Senior Fellow, University of Ottawa Centre on Governance

Mark Beer

President, International Association for Court Administration

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