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An Online Resource Library on Gender-Based Violence.

Courts and Procedural Justice in Domestic Violence Cases: Linking Litigant Experiences to Better Outcomes and Safer Communities, hosted by the Center for Court Innovation

Event Date
Wednesday, October 19, 2016, 02:30PM

A lot has been written in recent years on procedural justice—how the ways in which litigants are treated in court affects their perceptions of fairness. But what about procedural justice in the context of domestic violence? This webinar will provide an overview of procedural justice in domestic violence cases, explaining how the perception of fairness goes hand-in-hand with increased compliance and accountability. It will offer best practices for judges, court clerks, civil legal service providers, and other court professionals. Participants will hear from speakers who are leading the field in their work.

Event Contact Information

Event Contact Name
Jenna Smith, Center for Court Innovation
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