In her second article, Paula Gray considers two recent cases which highlight the importance of considering guidance in the ETBB when making judicial decisions such as the management of a hearing.
Mrs Justice Gwynneth Knowles and Mr Justice Peter Lane give an overview of their professional journeys
The ETBB is a fundamentally important guide for all judicial office holders
Christa Christensen discovered the benefits of mindfulness and inspired the Judicial College to create mindfulness resources for the judiciary
This article discusses the tribunal process with a representative and DWP presenting officer in the social entitlement context. We learn that perception of fairness is all important
Meleri Tudur explores the scope for delegation of certain judicial functions in the interests of efficiency and coping with a heavy interlocutory caseload.
Siobhan McGrath describes a pilot reform project in the Property Chamber.
Describes the work of a group of Judges set up to address how LiPs be supported to have access to justice.
Describes an experiment in the use of technology to improve case closure time and determine more cases without the need for a hearing in the Social Security and Child Support Tribunal.
Considers the difficulties faced by a tribunal when dealing with a representative who appears insolent or incompetent. Can the tribunal itself defuse and manage the situation (for example when accused of racism by a representative)?