Martin Partington: Spotlight on the Justice System

Keeping the English Legal System under review

Introduction to the English Legal System, 2019-2020 edition

The latest edition of Introduction to the English Legal System

The 2019–2020 edition of Introduction to the English System includes coverage of:

  • the implications of Brexit
  • progress with the Government’s Transformation – Courts and Tribunals reform programme;
  • dealing with the vexed questions of prisoners’ voting rights;
  • new data on diversity in the judiciary;
  • stress in the criminal justice system;
  • problems of analysing data on levels of crime in the community;
  • changes in the use of stop and search powers by the police;
  • reform of the Parole Board;
  • reform of the youth criminal justice system;
  • the new Victims’ Strategy;
  • significant changes to the fees policy for employment tribunals;
  • experiements with on-line dispute resolution;
  • new ideas for controlling the costs of civil litigation;
  • civil justice reform, including reform of the Court of Protection;
  • reform of the regulation of claims management companies and the legal professions;
  • expansion of alternative busincess structures;
  • preventing digital exclusion;
  • the ‘innocence tax’;
  • changing the routes to professional qualification.

Further changes will be noted in this blog so that you can keep up to date with latest developments

Written by lwtmp

July 8, 2017 at 9:41 am

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