Darin Thompson's CPD Podcast | Natalie Byrom - The Biggest Court Reform Project Ever Attempted Anywhere (#7) | 2.0 Hours of CPD
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How has the court reform project in England & Wales been described in terms of scale?
As a very surgical tweaking of the court process by amending court rules.
As a thoughtful reflection based on a task force report with no concrete deliverables, timelines or evaluation.
As the most ambitious in the world
None of the above.
What did Natalie say social workers discovered about families in crisis?
The families had underlying, unresolved legal problems.
The families experienced stress as a result of legal problems.
The families experienced compounding challenges as a result of legal problems.
Embedding early legal advice workers for families in crisis was hugely valuable.
All of the above
Why did Natalie mention data on an appeal hearing appeals for denials of government benefits?
The high rate of findings in favour of appellants suggests government was making the wrong decisions, denying people beneifts.
The tribunal was reinforcing the decisions of government authorities and not adding value.
Just to prove that data on court or tribunal outcomes doesn't tell us anything.
To express concerns about data and the threat to decision-maker independence.
Why does Natalie try to capture data about the impacts law has on people?
To develop better databases for theoretical researchers.
To give a voice to people who are underrepresented in justice conversations.
To show that data isn't actually proving to be as valuable as tradition in the way law is practiced.
Because she is primarily concerned with creating stronger artificial intelligence systems.
What is a potential source of tension or concern using alternative dispute resolution in the public justice system?
It doesn't embrace the awesomeness of Latin like other forms of law.
It may be inconsistent with prescriptive legal rights and fail to address inequalities in power.
It drives lawyers and judges out of business.
ADR is just too expensive.
What are some examples of the lack of justice system data mentioned by Natalie?
Lack of data on who uses the system
What happens to people using the system
What outcomes people get from the court system
All of the above
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