As Delivery Director in Wales, I’ve seen first-hand how, over the last 18 months, it’s the challenging times that bring people together to work towards a common goal.
Working at HMCTS
Head of Corporate Relations, Caroline Olaiya, takes time to reflect on how HMCTS has built productive relationships with stakeholders over the course of the pandemic.
A blog from Zoe Blake, Delivery Director at HMCTS, about how Courts and Tribunals Service Centres are making a real difference to those seeking access to justice.
Since returning to the Ministry of Justice as Permanent Secretary earlier this year, I have been struck by the great progress HMCTS has made, both in both keeping justice moving throughout the past year, and also on its reform journey this past decade.
[English] - [Cymraeg] Did you know that HMCTS employs more lawyers than any other government department? There are currently more than 1,280 of us here, including justices’ legal advisers and lawyers in the Royal Courts of Justice. I’m Head of …
Courts and tribunals staff reflect on their experience of working on the frontline throughout the pandemic as essential workers.
Blogging for International Women’s Day, Cluster Manager Clare Beech shared what it’s been like leading a frontline team during the pandemic to keep justice going.
In this blog, Sharon joins us to describe her work at Ipswich County Court and Family Hearing Centre and her contributions to the continuation of justice.
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 Paul Harris, Operations Director at HMCTS, on the work to make over 250 courtrooms available to safely hold jury trials since the coronavirus pandemic.