This business plan covers a year that will see significant change. In that context, the role of the Judicial Office in supporting and advising the judiciary becomes ever more important.
Please see Part 1, Chapter 1-7 for details of February amendments.
The Judicial HR Committee of the Judges’ Council is in the process of revising the Guide to Judicial Conduct to make it more readily accessible to the judiciary.
This Guidance is published today by the Judicial Executive Board on behalf of the Lord Chief Justice and Senior President of Tribunals. In his Annual Report for 2015, the Lord Chief Justice confirmed: “As a ...
Foreword by the Lord Chief Justice and Senior President of Tribunals The Judicial Office celebrated its 10th anniversary in May. Such a milestone naturally provides cause to reflect. The constitutional settlement out of which the ...
Please see Part 1, Chapter 1-7 for details of February 2017 amendments.
There are a number of cross-cutting themes, aimed at helping staff to work more effectively in the provision of our core services
Response of the Judicial Executive Board, drafted with input from the Association of Her Majesty’s District Judges and the Council of Her Majesty’s Circuit Judges
Foreword by the Lord Chief Justice and Senior President of Tribunals We welcome the Judicial Office Business Plan for 2014/15. It demonstrates clearly the breadth of your work and the invaluable support you provide to ...
The Senior President of Tribunals has published his Annual Report 2014 today (18 February).