Hodge Jones & Allen is campaigning to raise awareness of the barriers to justice and issues surrounding public interaction with the legal system in the UK.
Our latest report highlights the severity of the challenges the justice system is facing in 2015. We are listening to the public and working for issues to be acknowledged; promoting innovation and change.
We have listened to the views of the public and want to act immediately. In response to our latest report we have launched a petition asking the government to reconsider the legal aid budget, and we will be setting up a ‘future justice through education’ scheme.
Click here to sign our petition to: Reopen the debate surrounding the restriction of legal aid provisions/ We call for this issue to no longer go unnoticed and to put back firmly onto the national agenda.
Populus conducted the research for Hodge Jones & Allen. From the analysis of those surveyed (over 2,000 people) the key findings which came to the fore included issues and concerns with trust, money, education, race and technology.
The full results from our consumer survey are available to read within our 2015 report.
The report includes easy to follow infographics to highlight the main findings in each of the four areas:
We asked people across the whole of the UK for their views on the justice system. As part of our report we analysed the full regional breakdown to identify difference between the regions.
Clear divides (for example between North and South) were not evident emerged but, we did gain some interesting results.