This seminar takes place under the first main component of the project “Access to Justice and Legal Aid”. Most experts consider that training is the core issue in any process of change affecting well functioning institutions and good governance. A complete training, balanced and plural, is a prerequisite if the Judiciary wants to be respected and worthy of respect. The title of this seminar “Information and access to justice” was agreed during the Working Group meetings held on this component. In particular, this session is focused on the relevant role that information has in order to guarantee an effective access to justice for citizens. In this respect, the different subtopics will enable us to carry out an in-depth analysis of several relevant aspects which are directly linked with the essential role that information plays nowadays in bringing justice closer to citizens. We are going to share the international experts’ opinion and the participants’ approach on these topics from their own perspective, experience and respective competences. Through an in-depth and detailed discussion, we will know the current situation related to the topics under discussion, among others: E-Justice: future development; Setting up information and guidance points in court; Media and access to justice; or The role of professional bodies and other players: communication techniques. Thanks to this seminar, we will get to know the different features prevailing in the region and we will learn from each other through the different experiences and views of the participants.