Diversity in the Tribunals

  Nearly half of tribunal judges are women Tribunal judges are far more diverse in gender and ethnicity than their court counterparts, figures released on Friday have shown. Nearly half of tribunal judges are women, according to annual figures from the senior...

Flexible deployment

The abolition of employment tribunal fees following this week’s Supreme Court ruling could have consequences for the workload of other parts of the tribunals service, it has been reported in the Law Society Gazette. In his annual report published today, the...

Speak out?

Judged should be prepared to join public debate so as to maintain authority and public confidence, a senior retired judge has said. Sir Alan Moses, a former Court of Appeal judge and now chairman of the Independent Press Standards Organisation, says that it is time to...

Survey launched – flexible operating hours

As previously indicated, the Association is now ready to proceed with our survey in regard to the Flexible Operating Hours pilots. Just follow the link below to take part in the Survey – it should only take about 5 minutes to complete:-...

Disappointing judicial diversity figures

The Judicial Diversity Statistics have been published. The number of non barrister judges has fallen. To me this comes as no surprise. The judicial leaders themselves admit that progress has been slower than they would wish. They express their concern in the...