Learn more about how LexisNexis is using the power of information, technology and data analytics to support advancements in the rule of law.
Using Information & Technology
International human rights mobile app - RightsApp
People need access to human rights information, to protect themselves and to safeguard others. What if you had one quick reference guide to international human rights law, in your pocket? Ensuring vital information and resources are readily available and easily accessible to individuals so they can understand their rights?
That's why LexisNexis and the Australian Human Rights Commission developed the free RightsApp.
Now you can access important human rights information, faster and easier than ever before.
Practical Guidance Social Justice Pacific
Practical Guidance Social Justice Pacific is a world-first, complimentary module for lawyers, academics, students, advocates and self-litigants working on pro-bono cases and social justice issues. This module has been developed to promote rule of law in Australia and around the world. It covers human trafficking in several Asia Pacific jurisdictions as well as Australian federal discrimination and humanitarian immigration law, and also demonstrates how to establish and manage a charity.
Publishing & consolodiating Laws of Fiji and Fiji Law Reports
LexisNexis collaborated with the Government of the Republic of Fiji to improve administration of justice by consolidating and publishing volumes of the authorised Fiji Law Reports and the Laws of Fiji, a complete 20 volume set of legislation, for the first time since 1985.
LexisNexis Rule of Law Impact Tracker
The Rule of Law Impact Tracker is an interactive tool that quantifies the relationships between the rule of law and economic and social indicators. It brings together data from the World Justice Project, the World Bank and Transparency International to power an interactive info-graphic.
Making Laws Accessible in the Maldives
For the first time in the history of the Republic of Maldives, LexisNexis has partnered with the Attorney General's Office to consolidate, update, translate and index laws in the country. The country's laws are now widely available to Maldivians and to the world at large online and in print.
eyeWitness to Atrocities App
The International Bar Association, with support from LexisNexis, launched eyeWitness to Atrocities, a new app for capturing human rights atrocities so the information can be used as evidence in court. We believe this tool will be transformational in documenting and prosecuting atrocities crimes.
Looking back at the Rule of Law
Until 1955 in NSW most magistrates were not required to be legally qualified, gaining their legal knowledge and experience by working as clerks in courts and court house offices. Now, all magistrates are legally qualified.
Former Judge, District Court of NSW
Lawyers travel to Myanmar to train government legal staff on international contract law
LexisNexis joined with Colin Biggers & Paisley Foundation to test a new initiative called The Juris Pilot in Myanmar to connect legal professionals with legal bodies in developing countries for pro bono opportunities that advance the rule of law.
Marketing Communications Manager, LexisNexis Australia
Advancing Together is a free bi-annual publication that brings together views and insights from thought leaders in the legal sphere, delving into current affairs and developments that impact the advancement, and in some cases the erosion, of the rule of law in Asia Pacific.
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