data + innovation + transformation = user-friendly justice
Fix it with data
To fix something we first need to know what is broken and what may work to repair it. What do you think about a doctor who prescribes treatment before actually examining their patient? Or a doctor who prescribes something of they are not sure will work? The health sector puts numbers to diseases. Which diseases are most prevalent? What are the risk factors of contracting the disease? Where do the patients likely live? What’s the cure?
We believe the legal sector must use the same approach. Let us provide you with the data. The data helps us diagnose legal problems in order to know how to fix them effectively. It will help us understand what works. It can give an insight into future trends. We can also give you tools to measure the impact of your justice innovation.
Business as usual won't do
We meet many justice entrepreneurs who have thought of new and better ways to get justice to people. Smart web platforms that can help people to solve disputes. Interactive dashboards with easy-to-access information about people’s needs and satisfaction from the justice system. But they often cannot grow their ideas.
So we have created special justice innovation spaces where the best ideas can be tested and helped to scale. We help you with the invevitable resistance, the challenges of growing, develpoing your idea and finding finance. Only then can we ensure that many more people will get access to user-friendly justice.
Join the conversation to solve legal problems
People need to work together to help citizens solve their legal problems. It's because we want to be able to find a fair solution when facing a conflict. We promise you this is possible.
We bring together decision makers, innovators and users, ideas for change and knowledge on what works. This way we can build solutions together. The result? Concrete strategies for better ways to prevent or resolve one billion new justice problems.
That’s the theory. More importantly, how do we apply this approach in practice?