Leiden Law Blog


Tag: Access To Justice

  • Child-friendly Judgments :-)

    Child-friendly Judgments :-)

    Courts deliver judgments in child-friendly language. This fits in the concept of child-friendly justice, which aims to make justice systems accessible for children. Yet the examples show how difficult it is to make judicial decisions really child-friendly.
  • Judging the Empire: the Emperor as Judge

    Judging the Empire: the Emperor as Judge

    Scattered in the Digests are the remains of a book by the famous jurist Julius Paulus, containing reports of cases judged by several Roman emperors. The Leiden Legal History Department has won an NWO grant to reconstruct this book and its social setting.