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What is administrative justice? UKAJI’s website has the answers

‘What is administrative justice?’ is one of the pages on our website most viewed by visitors. At UKAJI, we’ve spent a lot of time thinking about the answer to this question – and, more importantly, why it matters. We’ve developed a range of resources to help illuminate what we know and understand about administrative justice … Continue reading

Research opportunity: Equality and Human Rights Dispute Resolution – mapping gaps in provision

The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) is undertaking a scoping project to explore ways of increasing access to effective and efficient dispute resolution for equality and human rights disputes, outside the courts and tribunals system. In particular, the EHRC is considering whether it would be appropriate for the Commission to play a greater role in … Continue reading

‘Mind the gap’ – mapping the administrative justice landscape

By Alan Morrison A major project to map the bodies that make up the administrative justice system in Scotland was published last November by the Scottish Tribunals and Administrative Justice Advisory Committee (STAJAC). Here Alan Morrison, author of the report and Policy and Research Officer for STAJAC, describes the approach taken to the project and … Continue reading