Our journey back to normality. With the announcement from the government about COVID-19 restrictions relaxing, Kevin Sadler shares the plan for HMCTS to continue delivering justice within the new public health guidelines.
The allocation of ‘sitting days’, or the number of days that judges ‘sit’ in court each year to hear cases brought before them, is something that you will likely have heard mentioned in relation to courts and tribunals, particularly around …
Ten years ago, when I visited courts and tribunals across the country, I’d carry a mound of paperwork to keep me busy on the train. Now, I can pick up my laptop, wander through the office and read my emails. …
Last March, I don’t think any of us could have imagined the challenges we’d face in the next 12 months.
Our Acting CEO, Kevin Sadler talks about working together in the safest way possible to keep justice going for every complainant, victim, witness and defendant during the coronavirus pandemic.
A blog post from Acting HMCTS CEO Kevin Sadler, who talks about the challenges magistrates' courts have faced due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Since March 2018, we have been piloting the use of fully video hearings in the tax tribunal, and using this to understand better how we can introduce this more widely as part of a more accessible and efficient service. Our latest blog explores video hearings in more detail.
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