Research and reports – England
Each Other reports that undocumented migrants are being forced to sleep rough during coronavirus pandemic amid an increase in illegal evictions and a lack of government guidance, lawyers have warned. Read the full story here.
In response to the move to remote hearings in the Family Justice System, Nuffield Family Justice Observatory have today published their ‘Remote hearings in the family justice system: a rapid consultation.’. Read our overview here.
The Civil Justice Council has commissioned an independent review to gather feedback on the impact of COVID measures on the civil justice system. Add your views via survey, consultation response or consultation meeting.
UKAJI is launching a series of blogs, opinion pieces, and news summaries on the theme of Covid-19 and administrative justice to consider how this pandemic has, will do, should, or could affect administrative justice. If you are interesting in submitting or collaborating on a piece, or subscribing to updates on how the pandemic is changing administrative justice you can find more information here.
Following the outbreak of coronavirus in the UK, the Mayor of London’s office want to know whether you are producing, or are aware of, other sources of advice for low-income Londoners that the hub could signpost to.
Published 25/02/2020 by Johnny Tan
Despite the many benefits of mediation as an alternative to the costly, inefficient and adversarial trial, there is a surprisingly low take-up of family mediation among couples. Much of this seems to be due to a lack of awareness surrounding the process.
The Centre for Justice Innovation is launching the findings of their report on the state of existing practice in youth courts. We have details of their launch event on 25th March from 1 pm in London and an overview of their report.