Tribunals under strain

Employment tribunals face ‘months’ of delay, lawyers claim Employment tribunals continue to be beset with delays, including in the average… You must be registered and logged in to view this content.

Judicial Diversity drive

The Ministry of Justice is to invest £152,000 over the next three years in an education programme to make the… You must be registered and logged in to view this content.

Divorce Digitisation

  Digitising divorce applications could save 13,000 hours of court staff time Enabling people to apply for a divorce online… You must be registered and logged in to view this content.

In sickness and in bigamy

Munby takes action on ‘defective’ divorces Some divorced people who have remarried may have inadvertently committed bigamy after being wrongly… You must be registered and logged in to view this content.

Legal Advisors’ Powers Increase.

As predicted, the powers that be are extending Legal Advisors’ powers, which will inevitably result in a reduction of Fee… You must be registered and logged in to view this content.

Judicial Salary Review and Pension Appeal

Af the same time as the MOJ is appealing the Court’s decision on the discrimination case regarding judges pensions, they… You must be registered and logged in to view this content.

Deputy District Judge Competition in Difficulty

The JAC is currently recruiting 300 DDJs although the positions are vulnerable given the proposed personal injury reforms,the online Court… You must be registered and logged in to view this content.