Online dispute resolution must secure access to justice for the vulnerable

18 Oct 2016

The courts modernisation programme that will see online dispute resolution take centre stage should not result in the exclusion of the most vulnerable, the senior president of tribunals has said.

Sir Ernest Ryder, pictured, was one of the three signatories to the

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