Courts & Judiciary

Further measures to tackle criminal case backlog

The MoJ has announced new measures including eight new Nightingale courts to deal with

07 Sep 2020 | Courts & Judiciary

The power of fear

Nicola Laver queries contemporary attitudes to justice 

07 Sep 2020 | Courts & Judiciary

Law Society calls for risk assessments in wake of Manchester

Law Society urges HMCTS to risk assess courts in relation to covid-19 

13 Aug 2020 | Courts & Judiciary

Sir Geoffrey Vos appointed Master of the Rolls

Vos will replace Sir Terence Etherton early next year

04 Aug 2020 | Courts & Judiciary

Government launches 10 Nightingale Courts

Lord Chancellor unveils 10 ‘Nightingale Courts’ to tackle backlog of

21 Jul 2020 | Courts & Judiciary

Law leaders refuse to support ‘any steps to remove the right to

The leaders of the solicitors’ and barristers’ professions have stated they will

06 Jul 2020 | Courts & Judiciary

Calls for ADR to beat impending ‘tsunami’ of civil claims

A backlog of civil cases, ineffective IT and covid-19-related claims will trigger a

01 Jul 2020 | ADR

‘Culture of disbelief’ towards BAME domestic violence victims in

Multiple barriers including racism face black and minority ethnic (BAME) women

30 Jun 2020 | Children

Young offenders face ‘travesty of justice’ because of backlog

Hundreds of children will be convicted as adults because of severe delays in the criminal

24 Jun 2020 | Children

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