Coronavirus: The Whole Story - Has justice been served during the pandemic?

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In this week’s episode, we explore how the pandemic has impacted the justice system over the last nine months. Host Vivienne Parry is joined by Professor Dame Hazel Genn and Professor Cheryl Thomas QC to discuss the many ways in which the pandemic has brought the legal world to a halt - and explore the efforts to get it back up and running. We also take a look at how coronavirus has highlighted pre-existing inequalities, as well as created new ones - and what lack of access to legal help and social justice can mean for health and wellbeing. More info: www.ucl.ac.uk/ucl-minds/coronavirus If you’ve got a question about the pandemic you’d like UCL researchers to answer, please get in touch by emailing UCL’s Communications and Marketing team on minds@ucl.ac.uk – we’d love to hear from you.

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