When you start to collaborate with other industries, you can see how access to justice requires a client-centric approach. That means, the notion of access to justice has to focus on solutions that can be provided to ordinary citizens in their daily lives. Access to justice, similar to the words of Abraham Lincoln, is a notion of the people, by the people and for the people.
Justice begins to be more accessible from the moment we start to shift its focus away from asking how lawyers and courts can provide more services to the public. Access to justice starts by providing an open platform to different stakeholders to share their experiences, frustrations, anger, irritation, happiness or indifference with their legal needs.