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We are pleased to announce that Jodi Berg has been appointed by the Secretary of State to be the Chair of the Administrative Justice Forum.
Jodi Berg’s appointment is for two years and will start on 30 April 2014. This appointment is subject to clearance and was made in accordance with the Code of Practice of the Commissioner for Public Appointments.
Administrative Justice Forum (AJF) – formerly known as the Administrative Justice Advisory Group (AJAG) bring together people who have direct contact with those who use the administrative justice system and tribunals, and who are able to represent their views and concerns.
The purpose of the forum is to test policy and provide user insight to help drive efficiency and proportionality through the system to ensure that users of the system can access redress mechanisms fairly, and in the most proportionate manner.
Jodi Berg OBE
Ms Berg is the current Acting Chair of the AJF and has a substantial history of working in the field of Administrative Justice.
She has a background in the Legal Profession, the private sector and as Chair of the Ravensbourne Hospital Trust. In addition she is an Independent Complaints Reviewer with several Government related Services and bodies as her clients; she is also a Lay Member of the Human Tissue Authority.
This appointment was made on merit and political activity plays no part in the selection process. However, in accordance with the Code of Practice of the Commissioner for Public Appointments, there is a requirement for appointees’ political activity (if any is declared) to be made public. Jodi Berg has declared that she has not been involved in any political activity.
Published: 30 April 2014
From: Ministry of Justice