Work in Progress Sessions involve presentations of work in progress. This can be at any stage of the research process, from the design to writing the actual paper. It is in particular a nice opportunity to receive feedback on empirical ideas and get suggestions on how to improve the methodology.
In this Work in Progress session, we will discuss Nikki Vosters’ (eLaw) research: “Appealing Apps? The use of dispute resolution technology in Dutch administrative appeals and its impact on access to justice.” Her research examines the existing landscape of dispute resolution technologies deployed in the Dutch administrative appeal procedure and how the different technologies developed by administrative agencies and commercial parties impact access to justice for citizens. Nikki will present her current research project focusing on her first case study – a traffic penalty appeal tool implemented by the Dutch prosecutor’s office called Digitaal Loket Verkeer – and the various empirical data she is gathering in this context. During this session, there will be plenty of opportunity to brainstorm about the topic, the mixed method approach, as well as to provide feedback on the line of research.
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