Why keeping young people out of court pays

Stopping problem behaviour early frees up our justice system and improves outcomes for young people More

A lack of convictions

A worrying decline in justice for victims of domestic violence. More

Better courts: not an option but a necessity

England and Wales' top judge backs NEF's call for court innovation More

Who should pay for our courts?

New government bill proposes to place the burden on those convicted of crimes. More

Why we should all care about Legal Aid

New commission report on the importance of advice and legal support. More

Drug courts: lessons from West London

Courts can help tackle drugs-related crime at root More

No ball games

New rules criminalising healthy childhood behaviour could become the real 'nuisance and annoyance' More

Plymouth’s clever court

Customised services for court users can help tackle the root causes of crime More

The unseen cost of cutting legal aid

Treating people unfairly in courts could boost crime in the long run More

In search of court innovators: Q&As on Better Courts

Comments from the floor at last week's report launch. More

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