Tag: Ministry of Justice
Justice Sec Raab accused of ‘hurling tomatoes’ across meeting room in explosive ‘tirade’
Spokesperson says allegations are 'complete nonsense'
Striking criminal barristers to vote on government legal aid offer
£54 million pay package follows 'constructive talks'
Criminal barristers go on strike – how did we get here?
Indefinite, uninterrupted strike starts today
Ex-magic circle heavyweight takes up ministerial role at MoJ
Barrister Sir Christopher Bellamy QC appointed parliamentary under secretary of state in the Ministry of Justice
Justice minister hits back at Charlotte Proudman’s criticism of court procedure for rape victims
MoJ's David Wolfson rebuts Goldsmith barrister's tweet asserting rape victims 'sit alone, isolated, unable to see what is happening in court'
Not enough! Criminal bar responds to government’s £135 million legal aid pledge
Lord Chancellor accepts recommendation of independent review -- but bar chief warns move won't stop colleagues quitting
Legal aid reform: Criminal barristers vote overwhelmingly in favour of direct action
No returns from 11 April ❌
Will working as a magistrate become the next CV must-have for wannabe lawyers?
Government targets 'younger people' as part of new recruitment drive
This pic of the MoJ’s Xmas tree hasn’t gone down well with criminal lawyers
'Utterly detached from the reality', wrote one barrister on Twitter, as crumbling courts and case backlogs continue to blight justice system
Fund legal aid training contracts and pupillages, MPs and peers urge government
Cross-party group call on SRA to include social welfare modules in new SQE
Love Island: Ex-Lord Chancellor throws support behind former MoJ colleague
David Gauke said he might tune in to follow progress of Sharon Gaffka
Netflix’s Top Boy uses sold off crown court to film legal scenes — as criminal case backlog hits 457,518
Blackfriars Crown Court flogged for a reported £65 million in 2019
Meet the experts who will consider reforming judicial review
Oxford law grad Jordan Briggs profiles the independent panel tasked with looking at potential reform
Lawyers demand action on ‘Blackstone courts’ amid reports one will be in MoJ headquarters
The locations are still officially under wraps
Over half of courts to close in battle against coronavirus
A network of 157 priority courts will remain open to ensure justice system continues to operate effectively, MoJ says
COVID-19: The toll on criminal justice
An already crumbling system finds itself in limbo
COVID-19: MoJ lists which lawyers are ‘key workers’
Their children can attend school or nursery from today
Junior crime barristers accuse government of ‘divide and rule’ tactics over pay deal
Open letter urges criminal lawyers to remain united
Criminal barristers negotiate improved pay deal — days after voting for national walkout
CBA says it will be recommending its members accept 'interim measures'
Ministry of Justice commits £2 million to legal tech
As barristers ballot on strike action enters final hour