Access to Justice for Women in the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)
This research project looks at the criminal appeals system as it relates to women. We are asking questions of legal professionals in order to better understand how lawyers work within the criminal appeals system and their experiences of representing women in it. Your answers to this survey will be anonymous in the final paper. If you opt at the end to share your information, the lead researcher, Naima Sakande, may contact you and ask if you would be willing to partake in a short interview by telephone. Again, your answers will be anonymously reported in the final paper.

This survey should take you roughly 20-30 minutes to complete. The survey will be open until August 31st 2019.

This research project is funded by the Griffins Society (https://www.thegriffinssociety.org/) and is hosted by the Institute of Criminology at Cambridge University (https://www.crim.cam.ac.uk/). Should you have any questions about completing the survey or about the research project, please contact:

Naima Sakande | naima@appeal.org.uk
Women's Justice Advocate
APPEAL (http://appeal.org.uk/)
2-10 Princeton Street
London
WC1R 4BH
0207 040 0019

Thank you for your willingness to participate!

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