Ministry of Justice (MOJ)
A consultation to seek views on the future structure and services provided by the probation system.
A memorandum on the implementation of the Bribery Act 2010 and the government response to the House of Lords Select Committee’s post-legislative scrutiny of the Act.
This consultation sets out the proposed future strategy for HM Courts & Tribunals Service in its approach to court and tribunal estate reform.
The Courts and Tribunals (Online Procedure) Bill will create a committee to provide rules of court for online proceedings in civil and family Courts and tribunals.
This consultation sets out the Ministry of Justice’s proposals for the implementation of the Guardianship (Missing Persons) Act 2017 in July 2019.
A consultation on measures to disincentivise minor soft tissue injury claims & arrangements for personal injury claims in England and Wales.
The government is conducting a short, focused consultation to seek views on a revised medical reporting process for unrepresented claimants.
Seeking views on how best to change the law to reduce family conflict and strengthen family responsibility.
Ministry of Justice and Her Majesty’s Prison and Probation Service Prison Drugs Strategy.
This is a consultation on extending fixed recoverable costs in civil cases in England and Wales, following Sir Rupert Jackson’s 2017 report.
This consultation seeks views on proposals for introducing coronial investigations of stillbirth cases in England and Wales.
This document describes the respective roles and responsibilities of the Prisons and Probation Ombudsman and the Ministry of Justice (MOJ).
This call for evidence invites those interested or involved in the inquest process to share their experience of inquests as part of a Government review into the provision of legal aid for inquests.
A consultation to seek views on the operation of the proposed new reconsideration process for Parole Board decisions.
The Civil Liability Bill was introduced into the House of Lords on 20 March 2018 and entered the House of Commons on 28 June 2018.
The Ministry of Justice has published the Post-Implementation Review (PIR) of Part 2 of LASPO which focuses on civil litigation costs and funding.
The government is seeking views on the effectiveness of powers for dealing with unauthorised development and encampments.
The call for evidence will aim to seek views and contributions from a range of stakeholders, to develop a robust evidence base which will inform revisions made to the Mental Capacity Act Code of Practice.
The consultation sets out the government’s approach to dealing with domestic abuse.
Government response to the domestic abuse consultation and draft Domestic Abuse Bill.
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