The National Reports are being prepared and constantly updated by a large team of specialists comprising different nationalities, disciplines, professions and cultures, including leading legal (and socio-legal) researchers, legal practitioners working in the private and public sectors, legal aid managers and other high-ranking public servants and policymakers together representing around one hundred nations from all continents.
All National Reports are structured following a common framework, provided by the Global Access to Justice Project Questionnaire. The standardized survey framework ensures a consistent approach to data collection while facilitating comparative analysis of different justice systems.
In order to facilitate navigation through the National Report of each participating country, the Summary of Contents provides a direct link to the main topics of the document.
Explore the map and see all National Reports, describing each country’s justice and legal aid systems. If you prefer, access below the complete list of participating countries that have already submitted their reports (in alphabetical order):