In this report we aim to analyse the socio-economic impact of judicial delay on the affected parties (such as, under-trial prisoners, corporations, government) and on the subject matter of the dispute (such as, property, education, environment). Analyses of the socio-economic impact of delay should use data to support findings, and contributions should also suggest solutions…

DAKSH’s Access to Justice Survey is the first systematic study in India to explore the needs and expectations of the users of the judicial system—the litigants. The survey was conducted across 305 lower courts across the country and interviewed more than 9000 litigants.  The survey maps litigants’ perceptions on several issues relevant to their experiences in the…