Pathways to Justice: Expanding Access for Everyone

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Journal Title: Asian Law & Public Policy Review
Author(s): Vanshika Shukla
Published On: 25/07/2023
Volume: 8
First Page: 87
Last Page: 108
ISSN: 2581-6551
Publisher: The Law Brigade Publisher

DOI: 10.55662/ALPPR.2023.803

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Vanshika Shukla, Pathways to Justice: Expanding Access for Everyone, Volume 8, Asian Law & Public Policy Review, 87-108, Published on 25/07/2023, 10.55662/ALPPR.2023.803 Available at


This paper aims to explore and analyse the pathways to justice with a focus on expanding access for everyone. Access to justice is a fundamental right that ensures equality, fairness, and the protection of individual and collective rights within a legal framework. However, many individuals and marginalized communities face significant barriers when attempting to navigate the justice system, leading to a lack of access and resulting in systemic inequalities. This paper examines the challenges faced by different groups, such as low-income individuals, minorities, and persons with disabilities, and explores strategies to expand access to justice and promote inclusivity within the legal system. It analyses various approaches, including legal aid programs, technology-enabled solutions, community-based initiatives, and policy reforms, that have the potential to bridge the justice gap and enhance access for all.

Keywords: Access to Justice, Equal Justice, Legal Representation, Pro bono, Legal Rights, Legal Clinics, Legal aid Organizations, Legal Reform, Rule of law, Legal Barriers.

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