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New administrative justice oversight body announced

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This Press release and blog confirms the creation of the Administrative Justice Council – the body replacing the Administrative Justice Forum as the oversight body for the Administrative justice system in the UK. It has not yet started work. Progress will be noted here in due course.


UKAJI is pleased to hear that the new Administrative Justice Council has been announced. We have called for a new vision of administrative justice and an oversight body to work closely with UKAJI and other research-focused organisations to ensure that thinking, new initiatives and policy change are informed by empirical evidence. We look forward to working with JUSTICE, Sir Ernest Ryder, and colleagues on the new Administrative Justice Council.

See below for the official press release from JUSTICE and an article in the Law Society Gazette.

6 December 2017 – For immediate release

JUSTICE to host successor to the Administrative Justice Forum

JUSTICE has agreed to host the successor body to the Administrative Justice Forum.
It will be renamed the Administrative Justice Council (AJC) and will continue to advise government departments on administrative justice issues. Lord Justice Ernest Ryder, Senior President of Tribunals, has agreed to be the AJC’s chair.

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