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London Regional Judge Tim Powell provides a fascinating insight into the evolution of the Property Chamber of the First-Tier Tribunal
The Crime & Courts Act 2013 was given Royal Assent on 25 April 2013.
Read our response to a Home Office consultation on changes to the civil penalty scheme.
Read our responses submitted in August on the balance of competences review.
The Ministry of Justice published the 65th amendment to the civil procedure rules (CPR) on 12 July.
Legal aid cuts 'discriminate against women' and will 'punish' victims of domestic abuse, the Law Society will tell a high-level United Nations committee in Geneva on Sunday.
We are calling on the government to postpone the implementation in order to avoid major disruption to the civil justice system.
The Law Society has warned that opting-out of EU police and crime cooperation measures may jeopardise the UK’s ability to effectively fight cross border crime and reduce the rights of suspects and victims.
We have called on justice minister Helen Grant to delay the implementation of new portal arrangements for civil litigation and fast-track fixed costs.
The Law Society has welcomed the announcement of a Justice Select Committee hearing into the government's proposals for price-based competitive tendering of criminal legal aid services.
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