Meleri Tudur explores the scope for delegation of certain judicial functions in the interests of efficiency and coping with a heavy interlocutory caseload.
Tom Stafford explains the social and unconscious biases which affect Judges just as they affect all human beings.
Emma Bell explains how the Judicial College's "Judge as Communicator" course helps with techniques to engage and communicate with parties.
Siobhan McGrath describes a pilot reform project in the Property Chamber.
Barry Clarke describes the extent of the "digital footprint" which we all leave online and the risks for all judicial office holders.
How the Judicial Appointments Commission promotes diversity.
Describes 15 cognitive or unconscious biases which may affect witnesses but also decision-makers.
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.
Review the duty of all tribunals to make reasonable adjustments to facilitate the effective participation of disabled persons in proceedings