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Data Bites #42: Getting things done with data in government - justice special

In an exciting, quickfire format, each speaker had eight minutes to present on data in government – this month will explore justice.

Gavin Freeguard and Amy Caldwell-Nichols on stage.
Gavin Freeguard speaking to Amy Caldwell-Nichols about the HM Courts and Tribunal Service.

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Better use of data is key to more effective government. Across government, teams are doing fascinating work with data. But those projects don’t get the attention they deserve. Data Bites aims to change that.

Our latest event, a justice special, was the 42nd in our series, where the speakers presented their work in an exciting, quickfire format.

Each speaker had eight minutes, followed by eight minutes of questions from the audience. 

This month's speakers were: 

  • Karen Broadhurst, Professor of Social Work at Lancaster University
  • Natalie Byrom, Director of Research at The Legal Education Foundation and Director of Justice Lab
  • Amy Caldwell-Nichols, Deputy Director, Head of Insights & Analysis at HM Courts and Tribunal Service 
  • Lizzie Cook, Senior Lecturer in Sociology and Criminology at the Violence and Society Centre at City, University of London

The event was chaired by Gavin Freeguard, Associate at the Institute for Government.

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We would like to thank The Nuffield Foundation for kindly supporting this event.

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