The OECD Global Roundtable on Access to Justice is a forum for mutual exchange of good practices and lessons learned, and allows policy-makers to share experiences on improving access to justice for all, including from the perspective of people and businesses. Through its activities, the Roundtable provides countries the opportunity to discuss their views on best practices and institutional set-ups on effective dispute resolution, access to justice, and legal empowerment, share data and knowledge and undertake joint policy analysis.
The Roundtable benefits from the work of an advisory research committee, whose members are:
University of Cambridge
York University; Canadian Forum on Civil Justice
University of Bologna
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Law and Justice Foundation of New South Wales