Tribunals & Courts

Inquests | 27 September 1991

In 1991, SJ called for an overhaul of the inquest process and the role of coroners' juries

Immigration tribunal fees hike to go ahead despite steep opposition

MoJ defies profession and jeopardises access to justice to protect the taxpayer

Transform Justice: Court reforms favour victims and witnesses over defendants

Plans to revolutionise the court system are welcome but is the Lord Chancellor trying to achieve too much, too quickly for too few, asks Matthew Rogers

Court fees increase damaging access to justice, say MPs

Lawyers welcome justice committee finding that access to justice must prevail over full cost recovery

Employment lawyers wary of knee-jerk move towards Single Employment Court

ELA floats rebranding the Employment Appeals Tribunal to the Equalities and Employment Court

An away game at the tribunal for Mourinho?

As Dr Eva Carneiro prepares to tackle Chelsea FC in the employment tribunal, Nick Wilcox discusses the case and the law relating to unfair dismissal

Tribunal reform steals the show

Amid government reforms and new technology, Kevin Poulter wonders if the venerable employment law profession is set to be made redundant