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Message from the Lord Chief Justice: Courts Recovery

Judiciary UK

  • It is almost a year since the courts started to hear more cases remotely as a consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic. This has enabled us to keep people safe whilst continuing to administer justice. At the start of the year as we went once more into lockdown in the face of rapidly increasing infection rates, [I] made it clear that facilitating remote attendance of all or some of those involved in hearings should be the default position in all jurisdictions.

    Read the full article here: Judiciary UK

News, published: 19/03/2021


Published: 19/03/2021

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