Going to court

Information on the various courts throughout England and Wales

Information, listings, legal guidance, speeches, biographies of the judges, judgments and history of the court. The Court of Appeal is the highest ...

The High Court has three divisions, which hear different types of case: Chancery Queen’s Bench Family All three divisions have an appellate ...

The Crown Court – unlike the county and magistrates’ courts, it is a single entity - sits in 77 court centres across ...

What Family Courts deal with The various types of Family Court handle: parental disputes over the upbringing of children local authority intervention ...

Virtually all criminal court cases start in a magistrates’ court, and more than 90 per cent will be completed there. The more ...

There are dozens of different types of appeals and disputes which are heard in tribunals. Tribunals have their own processes and rules. ...

Resources put together by judicial office-holders to help those going to court without legal representation.