‘Access to Justice in a digital era’ is a podcast in which academics talk about their research and how law works in practice.
The guests are academics who contributed to the special issue “Access to Justice in a digital era” of the Journal of Empirical Research on Law in Action (Recht der Werkelijkheid).
Here you can listen to a conversation with a conversation with Marieke Dubelaar.
The COVID-19 pandemic had an impact on everyone in a way nobody could have predicted and the judicial system was no exception. Marieke Dubelaar, together with María Bruquetas-Callejo and Karen Geertsema, analysed the role of the lawyer in criminal law, immigration detention law and asylum law in the context of digitalisation measures during the COVID-19 lockdowns in the Netherlands.
The episode is available on all podcast platforms.
This podcast is made possible by VSR Recht en Samenleving
Boom Juridisch and Spraakmaker Media