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Resources tagged with "Tribunals"
April 5 2018 | Research
Tribunals are a major part of the administrative justice system. The Government has begun to introduce digital procedures in tribunals but the full details of the changes remain to be seen. This report—commissioned by the UK Administrative Justice Institute—outlines ‘what we know and what we need to know’ about the digitalisation of tribunals. It takes the first steps towards establishing a research agenda for online tribunals and identifies a range of key research issues and questions.
Response to Immigration and Asylum Appeals: Proposals to Expedite Appeals by Immigration Detainees consultationNovember 24 2016 | Policy, briefings and consultation responses
PLP views this consultation with considerable disquiet, as it appears to be no more than a renewed attempt by Government to introduce a new DFT, notwithstanding the rejection of its recent attempt to do so by the TPC and despite the evidential deficiency identified by the TPC not having been filled.
November 18 2016 | Audio files
The investigatory Powers Bill (IPB) provides a legal framework to UK state surveillance, purporting to balance personal privacy with the needs of state to provide security and prevent fraud and terrorism. The panellists disucss the public law issues arising from the so called ‘snoopers charter’.
November 11 2016 | Conference papers
The next six years marks out the most ambitious period of change since the Judicature Acts of the 1870s. The aim that the Lord Chief Justice and I have agreed with the Lord Chancellor is quite simply to strengthen the rule of law. The reform programme that was announced this last month is a breathtaking £1bn investment project.
December 2 2015 | Research
Sir Stephen Sedley and Cambridge University Press (CUP) have allowed us to publish the introduction to Lions under the Throne, Essays on the History of English Public Law. The first part of this chapter sketches the early growth of English public law. The second part tries to describe what it was like to be involved in the modern take-off of public law as it roused itself from its long sleep.
July 11 2013 | Conference papers
This talk outlines the most interesting judicial review cases in education in the last 12 months. It addresses the following topics: School transport; GCSE examinations; Eligibility for student funding in higher education; Universities; The Office of the Independent Adjudicator; Costs in judicial review claims in the Upper Tribunal.
This paper focuses on preparation for and representation at the Social Security and Child Support First Tier Tribunal.
This paper provides a brief introduction to the history and structure of tribunals in England and Wales and consideration of practical questions, such as: How are tribunals different from higher courts? What features are shared and what features differ, in practice? Where tribunals fit in the context of other public law remedies, and what public law issues apply across tribunal chambers?
This paper provides an overview and analysis of the costs in the First-Tier and Upper Tribunals and their implications.