Susan Acland-Hood talks about our recovery plan with a focus on the Crown Court – which is where we have some of our most significant challenges, because of the difficulty of doing jury trials with social distancing.
Susan sets out the steps being taken by HMCTS in shifting focus from the emergency response to one of operational recovery in our courts and tribunals.
Craig Robb talks about how HMCTS is safely moving back towards fully re-opening our justice system and how the introduction of a range of enhanced hygiene and safety measures for court users and staff provides the confidence to be able to continue, or return, to work.
Ian Bond, chair of the Law Society ‘Wills and Equity Committee’, explores the background to the current probate project, the involvement of the Law Society and his experiences in working with HMCTS to develop the pilot for the profession.
Adam Lennon talks about how family courts have found ways to navigate the challenges coronavirus has brought and what the last few weeks have been like working in the family jurisdiction.
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.
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.
A blog post from Luke Fusi in which he talks about our work with Policy Lab and gathering some of the public perceptions of open justice.
A blog post from Adam Lennon on his personal experience on applying for probate and as the person responsible for designing the new service how he's used it to make the service simpler, more intelligent, and less intrusive.
A blog post from Jason Llewelyn, on developing a new digital service for Family Public Law and how we’d like to invite more users of the service to help research and test what we’re building next.