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Civil Justice Research Online (CJRO)

Monash University
Alexander Brown (Aggregated by) Tania Sourdin (Aggregated by)
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Civil Justice Research Online (CJRO) aims to promote wide access to current Australasian research and news relevant to individuals and organisations with an interest in the areas of civil justice and alternative dispute resolution (ADR).

 

CJRO welcomes high-quality submissions of research publications from academics, policy makers, practitioners, students and others. Submissions to CJRO may include, but are not limited to, conference papers, bibliographies, discussion papers, book reviews, case notes, primary source materials and datasets.

 

This repository is administered by the Australian Centre for Justice Innovation (ACJI) – a research centre of Monash University. The development of CJRO was funded by the Australian Government Attorney-General's Department.

 

The links below are to the 24 subject areas within the CJRO. The link to the home page is listed in the References section below.


 Access to Justice
 Timeliness in the Justice System: Ideas and Innovations

Issued: 2016-11-04

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