Chapter 4 Web links
Ministry of Justice
Home page for the Ministry of Justice.
Links to all the bodies sponsored by the MoJ.
Site giving basic information about the HM Courts and Tribunals service.
Home page of the Ministry of Justice Select Committee, which examines the expenditure, policy and administration of the MoJ and associated public bodies. Its remit therefore includes: constitutional issues; civil justice and the legal services market; civil court procedure and civil law; alternative dispute resolution; law reform and the Law Commission; family justice and the vulnerable; criminal justice; international and European matters affecting the criminal courts; the courts and tribunals; judicial matters and appointment of QCs; international legal matters. Site contains links to all its reports.
Home page of the Law Commission with links to all recent Consultation Papers and Reports as well as to other law reform agencies around the world.
Text of the concordat on the transfer of the Lord Chancellor’s judicial-related functions to the Lord Chief Justice
This is a good and informative site bringing together a lot of information about the judiciary, and also providing imaginative learning resources. Includes statistics on judicial appointments. Well worth a visit.
Introduction to the Judicial Office and the support it gives to the judiciary.
Home page of the Judicial College listing the training and other materials it provides for the judiciary; also contains links to its Annual Reports.
Home page of the body that deals with the selection of Queen’s Counsel.
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Home page for the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Basic information for the general public on the legal aid scheme.
Portal giving links to the Civil Legal Advice Service.
Home pages for the Home Office research reports and statistical material.
Links to research undertaken by the Home Office.
Hub providing information about good practice, research and other matters relating to the operation of the Youth Justice system.
Home page of the Socio-legal Studies Association, a learned society of social scientists and lawyers active in socio-legal research - interdisciplinary research into law and the practice of law. Contains links to details of membership, conferences and training programmes.