• Publications
  • Influence
Paths to Justice: What people do and think about going to law
  • H. Genn
  • Political Science
  • 1 November 1999
The landscape of justiciable problems strategies for resolving justiciable problems the response to problems of different types outcomes fulfilling objectives? experiences and perceptions of theExpand
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Paths to Justice Scotland: What People in Scotland do and think about Going to Law
The landscape of justiciable problems strategies for resolving justiciable problems the response to problems of different types outcomes fulfilling objectives? experiences and perceptions of theExpand
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Business Responses to the Regulation of Health and Safety in England
The material in this article is extracted from an empirical study of industrial and agricultural businesses' responses to regulation of health and safety in the workplace. The study criticallyExpand
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What is civil justice for? Reform, ADR and access to justice
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Multiple Justiciable Problems: Common Clusters and Their Social and Demographic Indicators
Justiciable problems do not always occur in isolation. However, little empirical research has examined multiple problems in depth by identifying common clusters of problems, their extent, and thoseExpand
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Tribunals and Informal Justice
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Annual Birkenhead Lecture Online Courts and the Future of Justice
  • H. Genn
  • Political Science
  • 30 November 2018
My subject this evening is that of online courts and – more broadly - the potential of technology for reshaping the public justice system. Our world is changing rapidly through technologicalExpand
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Judging Civil Justice
  • H. Genn
  • Political Science
  • 15 October 2009
A trenchant critique of developments in civil justice that questions modern orthodoxy and points to a downgrading of civil justice.
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