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Responding to coronavirus in our courts and tribunals

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Susan Acland-Hood talks about how proud she is of the work to keep the wheels of our courts and tribunals turning in the face of the unprecedented challenges that the coronavirus crisis has brought to our daily and working lives.

Improving the way organisations access and manage civil, family and tribunal cases

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A blog about how MyHMCTS will provide a single place for legal firms and other organisations to issue, pay for and manage applications falling within the jurisdiction of the County Court, Family Court and tribunals.

Five new courts start the roll out of the professional users’ access scheme

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Susan Acland-Hood details how HMCTS has adding five new courts to our scheme giving easier access to court for legal professionals. These are the first five courts in the full national roll-out of the scheme.

How do we work out when to stick, and when to twist?

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Read Susan Acland-Hood's blog post to find out her thoughts on how if court reform to be successful, we need to continue to assess critiques, challenges and suggestions against the central principle that justice should and can be made both more accessible and more efficient.