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UK Administrative Justice Institute

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UK Administrative Justice Institute has written 28 posts for UKAJI

Ombudsman Schemes in the Banking Sector and How They Can Enhance Access to Justice

By Kelly Shuttleworth This post is based on the Report ‘Ombudsman schemes and effective access to justice: A study of international practices and trends’  written for the IBA by the Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law and a related seminar held at the Bingham Centre on 6th December 2018. For wider reading, please see … Continue reading

Christmas break and call for submissions for the new year

At UKAJI, we will be taking a short break for Christmas and new year, and will return with new content in early January 2019. We would like to take the opportunity to warmly thank those who have contributed to UKAJI over the last year, including our writers and readers. We would particularly like to thank … Continue reading

Senior Lectureship in ADR at Essex

Searching for a public lawyer interested in ADR …. UKAJI colleagues based at Essex would like to draw attention to a post currently advertised for a Senior Lectureship in Alternative Dispute Resolution, based in Essex Law School (closing date 6 June). Although the remit of the post is widely drawn to include possible interests in either public or private … Continue reading

New member of UKAJI advisory board

UKAJI is delighted to welcome Sarah O’Neill as a new member of the UKAJI advisory board. Sarah has been involved in the world of administrative justice for a number of years, having provided policy support to the Administrative Justice Steering Group chaired by Lord Philip while at the Scottish Consumer Council/Consumer Focus Scotland, followed by  involvement with … Continue reading

Job opportunity at UKAJI

The UKAJI team is seeking an experienced Administrative Assistant to support the work of the United Kingdom Administrative Justice Institute based in the School of Law at the University of Essex (Wivenhoe Park, Colchester). With experience of providing high quality administrative support and experience of prioritising workload whilst working independently, the ideal candidate will have a “can do” … Continue reading