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Other blogs about administrative justice …

Musings, Memories and Miscellanea. Former Court of Appeal judge Sir Henry Brooke’s blog explores, among other issues, access to justice, mediation, the history of legal aid and the impact of LASPO in a series of Stories of Injustice.

Thinking about administrative justice. Covering the latest developments in ombudsmanry, ADR and administrative justice, this blog is by Richard Kirkham of Sheffield University, co-author of The Ombudsman Enterprise and Administrative Justice (Ashgate).

Spotlight on the justice system. This blog by Martin Partington accompanies his book Introduction to the English Legal System, the 9th edition of which (for 2014-2015) was published by Oxford University Press in April 2014. The blog offers Partington’s personal views on key developments in the English justice system and highlights issues which other media may not have picked up. It also contains short podcasts – interviews which Partington has recorded with key personnel working in different parts of the English legal system.

Administrative justice oversight

Scottish Tribunals and Administrative Justice Advisory Committee

Administrative Justice Forum

AJTC archived website

The Administrative Justice and Tribunals Council was an advisory non-departmental public body (NDPB) established by the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007 to replace the Council on Tribunals. The AJTC was abolished by the government in August 2013 but its website serves as an archive of its reports and newsletter, Adjust, from 2007 to 2013. For legacy issues of Adjust from 2005 to 2007, see the National Archives website.

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