HMCTS monthly bulletin – September 2018

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Issue 4 | September 2018

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Direct entrance to courts and tribunals buildings


A scheme allowing practising legal professionals direct entrance to courts without the need to be searched will be piloted in five courts, with fast-track entry from this month.


Read the press release>>

Discover more from a blog by Susan Acland-Hood>>


How we're investigating Digital Ledger Technologies to secure digital evidence

As part of our court reform plans to simplify our processes, Balaji Anbil, Head of Digital Architecture & Cyber Security, recently hosted a meeting on the use of Digital Ledger Technologies in securing digital evidence.


Find out more about Digital Ledger Technologies>>

HMCTS appoints new Non-Executive Director

Lakh Jemmett has been appointed to the HMCTS Board by the Lord Chancellor, Lord Chief Justice and the Senior President of the Tribunals.


Find out more about Lakh Jemmett's appointment>>

Digital architecture at the core of Reform

Baljit Anbil, Head of Digital Architecture & Cyber Security, discusses what his team is doing to leverage modern technology and associated skills and capabilities to build a modern system for administrating justice.


Learn more about digital architecture>>

International Forum on Online Courts - the cutting edge of digital reform

HMCTS and the Society for Computers and Law are jointly hosting the first International Forum on Online Courts in London on 3rd and 4th December 2018.


Discover more about the International Forum>>

Speech by Dr Victoria McCloud, Master of the Senior Courts: Rainbow Lives, Monochrome Laws - Reflections on law and identity

On 21st August 2018, Dr Victoria McCloud gave the Second Annual Belfast Pride Law Lecture at Queen's University on "Rainbow Lives, Monochrome Laws - Reflections on law and identity".


Read Dr Victoria McCloud's speech>>

View the HMCTS Reform page