The Courts and Tribunals Service has launched an event to showcase its latest updates to the court system and it has opened the conference to the public.
The changes to the system are part of a £1bn reform programme, which covers family, criminal and civil courts as well as tribunals.
According to the invitation for the event, the programme has now reached its halfway point. It is not clear whether the halfway point refers to the amount of work completed or the time period the reform programme has to complete its updates.
The conference itself will include presentations and market stalls, and will also give people the chance to ask questions to individuals who are leading the programme’s development.
The event takes place on Tuesday 5th November, at the Ministry of Justice in London, and runs from 9.15am to 1.30pm.
The invitation says places are limited and registration is required to express an interest in the first instance. The team will then contact you to confirm attendance or to notify you that you’ve been added to a waiting list.
The Eventbrite page can be accessed here.
Abigail Shillito said:
It will not let me register?
Try again I registered and it worked
Ian Josephs said:
REPLACE FAMILY COURTS BY CRIMINAL COURTS ! A SIMPLE SUGGESTION FOR A REFORM THAT WILL NOT BE CARRIED OUT
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Dr. Manhattan. said:
9 times out of 10 reforms turn out to be a big disappointment.