Tribunals & Courts

FDACs face challenging future

Local stakeholders question whether problem-solving court provides value fo

A mistake no lawyer should have made

The lessons of a case from 1917 are as relevant now as they were 100 years ago, writes Davi

Employment tribunal reform should be handled with care

Digitally excluded and vulnerable groups must be protected, sa

Civil standard of proof in solicitors tribunal a mere ‘Christmas list’

SDT maintains criminal standard appropriate even though proceedings ar

Rebalancing the scales of justice

From shedding two-tier contracts to court closures and a dangerous drive towards securing convictions, 2016 has seen ups and downs for legal aid practitioners, recounts Jonatha

Parliament versus the people

In rejecting the government’s article 50 appeal, the Supreme Court will not be defying the will of the people. It might, however, rebel against parliament raising court fees, says Kerr

Senior magistrate criticises court closures in Wales

‘MoJ needs to fully take into account the reliance of court users on public transport’, says Magistrates Associatio