Mrs Justice Gwynneth Knowles and Mr Justice Peter Lane give an overview of their professional journeys
This article is the second of two on the subject of new directions in judicial training
This is article one of two on the subject of new directions in judicial training
Douglas Readings explains the work of Police Misconduct Hearings
David Franey reports on the Employment Tribunal Pension Compensation Working Group which is looking into assessing pension loss in the Employment Tribunal
Christa Christensen discovered the benefits of mindfulness and inspired the Judicial College to create mindfulness resources for the judiciary
An overview of the historical reasons and developing practice in the use of members with special expertise (such as registered medical practitioners and chartered accountants) in tribunals. The deference of the appellate jurisdictions to the ...
How non-legal members should play a full part in the tribunal hearing, making a distinctive but equal contribution. Managing teamwork in the hearing.
A wide-ranging review of how tribunals may make use of and test expert evidence and the problems arising. Limitations on deployment of the tribunal’s own expertise, such as the medical member in the mental health ...