As part of HMCTS court reform process more and more services are moving to online systems. To help people navigate and use these new online tool "Assisted Digital" has been designed to support users of the system. HMCTS have now provided an update on the progress of Assisted Digital design.
The digitisation of the court process will fundamentally change how litigants in person interact, not just with the courts, but with the whole legal process.
HMCTS have published their latest update on the progress of the court reform process.
The Ministry of Justice’s top civil servant and the chief executive of HM Courts and Tribunal Service stress that technology will not help deliver justice for everyone and that non-digital systems must remain alongside digital ones.
The National Audit Office have reported on HMCTS progress against their court reform proposals.
(December 2017) Please click here to see a specially prepared updated from HMCTS on their £1bn reform programme. In this update, HMCTS have set out by jurisdiction some of the key things they have already done and some of the things you can expect to see over the next 18 months.