Courts, Tribunals & Judiciary

‘Justice depends on government’: Peers publish damning report

The quality of justice is increasingly at risk and it’s the government’s fault, peers have concluded in a comprehensive report

Civil justice backlog: Peers call for urgent measures

Government must act urgently to address the case backlog in the family and civil courts, peers said in a new report

30 Mar 2021 | ADR & Mediation

Considerably more legal aid funding needed, say peers

MoJ must invest much more to legal aid 'to meet the reality of need', say peers

Consultation: Judges to be deterred from political decisions

The MoJ is consulting on proposals to strike a balance between citizens’ rights and effective governance

Justice backlog: MPs have little confidence in MoJ

The MoJ has lost its way – that’s the underlying message from a damning report from MPs

Mesothelioma: Secondary asbestos exposure

Lorna Webster explores the potential redress available to victims of secondary asbestos exposure 

Compulsory ADR: What’s it all about?

Tony Guise explores how ADR is utilised within civil justice and considers the potential use of compulsory ADR in future

22 Mar 2021 | ADR & Mediation

Law Society calls for clear roadmap to courts' recovery 

Lord Chief Justice says return to in person appearances "possible and desirable" while Law Society remains concerned for court users' safety

Democracy rules

UK citizens do not expect the rule of law to take a back seat during a national emergency, the leaders of the three branches of the profession said. Resear

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