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Measuring Access to Justice

Justice depends on having a fair chance to be heard, regardless of who you are, where you live, or how much money you have.  At minimum, a person should be able to learn about her rights and then give effective voice to them in a neutral and nondiscriminatory, formal or informal, process that determines the facts, applies the rule of law, and enforces the result.  That is Access to Justice.