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Judiciary.co.uk: feedback wanted

05 February 2020
Issue: 7873 / Categories: News , Profession


Lawyers and members of the public are being invited to make their views known on the layout, ease of use and style of the Judicial Office’s judiciary.uk website.

The feedback will help the Judicial Office to improve its service. The survey is anonymous and only takes five minutes to complete. It can be found on the judiciary.uk website, and the survey will be open until midnight on 7 February.


Issue: 7873 / Categories: News , Profession
Growth for Clarke Willmott’s Manchester Litigation Team
Simpson Millar boosts Court of Protection team with new appointment 
DWF adds new real estate partner in London
The Department for International Trade (DIT) has announced that the UK and the USA has reached to a deal on the 17-year trade disputes relating to Airbus-Boeing and large civil aircrafts (LCA)
The Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) has announced that people working in care homes will need to be fully vaccinated against coronavirus (COVID-19) in order to provide better protection for care home residents, following public consultation
The Domestic Abuse Act 2021 broadens the definition of abuse, recognises children in abusive households as victims in their own right, recognises ‘revenge porn’ as a criminal offence, stops the cross-examination of victims by perpetrators in court, creates new protection orders and establishes a Domestic Abuse Commissioner to stand up for victims.
Lawtech may be booming, but the impact of technology on access to justice is a lot less clear, solicitor and author Roger Smith writes in this week’s NLJ.
The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) has announced that the National Archive will now house all important judgments from courts and tribunals.