Personal Independence Payments (PIPs): Help from Law for Life & Citizens Advice

 

I recently published a blog about the lady I had been able to help with her challenge to a DWP’s decision (on mandatory reconsideration), which denied her the enhanced mobility component of her PIP to which she was entitled. Continue reading “Personal Independence Payments (PIPs): Help from Law for Life & Citizens Advice”

Inheritance tax: a useful infographic

One important feature of the evidence given to the Bach Commission on Access to Justice was the need to develop and use simple applications of modern technology as a tool to help lay people, advice services and law centres to access clear expositions of modern law expressed in terms non-lawyers can readily understand. Continue reading “Inheritance tax: a useful infographic”

Sufficient Resources for the Courts and the Judiciary

Readers of my blogs will have seen my continuing interest in developments of applied I.T. in the court system, and in much greater collaboration between judges, senior court managers and Government in developing affordable judicial services in a time of ever-quickening change. Continue reading “Sufficient Resources for the Courts and the Judiciary”