Tag Archives: Public Law Project

Remote court hearings: research and requirements

All courts which have shifted to remote hearings as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic will be monitoring progress. On Friday, we should get the (slightly delayed) report of the Rapid Consultation on this topic by the Civil Justice Council in England and Wales.  Meanwhile, four authors associated with the Public Law Project* (PLP) led … Continue reading Remote court hearings: research and requirements

The onward march of algorithmic justice: a UK warning

You don’t want to get too deeply into the intricacies of UK Brexit immigration policy if you can help it. So, you might want to read the latest publication, Quick and Easy Justice, from the Public Law Project by Joe Tomlinson (praised in June for his general pamphlet Justice and the Digital State) as a … Continue reading The onward march of algorithmic justice: a UK warning

Justice in the Digital State: a must read

Joe Tomlinson, who combines posts at the Public Law Project (PLP) and King’s College London, has done us a double favour. He has written Justice in the Digital State: assessing the next revolution in administrative justice, which takes forward thinking about the impact of the web on aspects of litigation funding, tribunal services and administrative justice. … Continue reading Justice in the Digital State: a must read