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COVID-19, Courts, and Access to Justice

Monday, May 03, 2021 7:45 PM | SABA DC Communications (Administrator)

COVID-19, Courts, and Access to Justice

Please help with an important national study on the impact of COVID-19 on the judicial system. The COVID-19 pandemic required federal and state courts to quickly change their operations and procedures. Researchers at the University of Illinois and the National Center for State Courts are conducting a national survey to determine which changes worked well-and should be kept-and which didn't, and how changes impacted individual cases and access to justice. The results of the study will help identify necessary reforms and plan for future emergencies.

Please answer a 15-minute survey to report on your own experiences with the courts during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please also forward the survey to associates and (where appropriate) to clients.

Access survey at this link:

Questions about the study? Contact Professor Robin Fretwell Wilson ( or Professor Jason Mazzone ( Thank you in advance.


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