Caroline Marlow, psychologist, discusses what can be done if you are working at home with trauma exposure.
HM Courts and Tribunal Service (HMCTS) has launched a consultation on COVID-19 operating hours in Crown Courts.
The Sentencing Code brings together the procedural provisions which courts rely upon during the sentencing process.
The Judicial Appointments Commission is looking to appoint 25 district judges (magistrates' courts) in England and Wales.
The MoJ has restarted its work on the review of the legal aid means test and will consult on the proposals to change the means test in spring 2021.
We have condemned language from the home secretary and prime minister that undermines the integrity of solicitors working in immigration and criminal law.
The National Pre-Sentence Report Before Plea Protocol will apply to all magistrates' courts in England and Wales.
We have responded to the Attorney General’s consultation on revisions to guidelines on disclosure in criminal cases, and the associated Code of Practice.
The Junior Lawyers Podcast episode seven with Max Hobbs.
We welcome the announcement of a new fee for the time defence solicitors spend scrutinising evidence.
Your weekly update from our public affairs team on all the latest developments and debates in Parliament and across Whitehall.
We welcome measures of introducing Nightingale Courts and additional staff designed to tackle a severe backlog of cases.