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Justice Select Committee - Lord Chief Justice’s Report 2016

On 25 November, my colleague Terry Renouf posted a short blog that included a link to the Lord Chief Justice’s 2016 annual report. A few days earlier, on 22 November Lord Thomas, the current LCJ, had appeared before the Justice Committee to discuss his annual report with members of the Select Committee. 428 more words

The Lord Chief Justice says…

We see but a part of the UK’s Justice system and are quick to complain about its shortcomings but the challenges are not always obvious nor the competing demands of other areas of the law. 157 more words

Policy

April 2018 - a new coherent package for costs?

Sir Rupert Jackson’s pithy foreword to his 2009 review of costs described his reforms as “a coherent package” designed to control litigation costs in civil claims. 423 more words

Government

LET HISTORY BE THE JUDGE (Local History and Its Importance)

“It will reveal our true identity and

define who we are, who we can be.”

(Photo credits to the owner- LGU Compostela)

One of my sought-after subjects when I was still a student in formal educational institutions was HISTORY. 718 more words

DISASTER AND BUSINESS CONTINUITY

 

“it’s never too late to take calculated risk-taking chance of investing time,

efforts and resources not only of and by the government (national, local)

 but also by the private sector to ensure business continuity during… 497 more words

THE UP AND DOWN SIDE OF THE NEWS

“Thus, the government, national and local alike, through their respective front line agencies and offices concern with food and agriculture should and must intervene, with precise and concrete… 357 more words

ON DRR AND CCA

“Mainstreaming DRR-CCA in

development agenda and action

connotes going back to where the people are.”

Mainstreaming of DRR-CCA in development agenda and actions has its indispensable prerequisite- RISK ASSESSMENT. 105 more words