JUSTICE launches “Solving Housing Disputes” report

March 5, 2020

On 5th March 2020, JUSTICE launches its latest working party report, Solving Housing Disputes, chaired by Andrew Arden QC. Too many people in England and Wales find it difficult to enforce access to housing or other housing rights. Over the past decade, homelessness has more than doubled and early legal advice and intervention to address […]

JUSTICE submits a briefing on the Extradition (Provisional Arrest) Bill 2019-20

February 7, 2020

JUSTICE submitted a briefing on the Extradition (Provisional Arrest) Bill 2019-20 ahead of Second Reading in the House of Lords on 4 February 2020. The Bill amends Part 2 of the Extradition Act 2003, which deals with extradition to non-EU territories with which the UK has formal extradition arrangements. Its provisions create a new power of arrest […]

JUSTICE launches report “Increasing Judicial Diversity: An Update”

January 29, 2020

On 29 January 2020, JUSTICE launches its latest working party report, Increasing Judicial Diversity: An Update. This Update builds on JUSTICE’s 2017 Increasing Judicial Diversity report, which explored the structural barriers faced by women, BAME communities, solicitors and those from lower socio-economic backgrounds in reaching the bench. It assesses the progress that has been made […]

Fundraising Matching Campaign for JUSTICE

December 3, 2019

Will you make a gift to JUSTICE and help us achieve our vision for a fair, accessible and efficient legal process, in which people’s rights are protected? We are now running a fundraising campaign where all gifts will be matched by generous supporters of JUSTICE. This makes your donation incredibly powerful and will go twice […]

JUSTICE launches report “A new model for challenging school exclusions”

November 11, 2019

On 11th November 2019, JUSTICE launches its latest working party report, Challenging School Exclusions. The report calls for significant change to the current system, including better training for schools on excluding pupils, a new Independent Reviewer of individual exclusion decisions and the possibility of appealing to a judge-led tribunal. This report examines the processes used […]

Response to consultation on the Letter of Rights

November 10, 2019

In the Autumn of 2019 Scottish Government consulted on the content and format of the Letter of Rights given to people who are arrested and held in police custody. Revision of the Letter of Rights was a recommendation of the JUSTICE Scotland working party on Legal Assistance in the Police Station. We responded to the […]