Four years ago, just before I stood down as chairman of BAILII‘s trustees (an office I had held ever since BAILII was first created)
Two weeks ago I received a letter from the Rt Hon Frank Field MP, which asked me for replies to five questions in relation to the Inquiry his Committee is conducting into PIP and ESA assessments.
The Commission held its third meeting on 9th February 2016,
I am subdividing the papers under the title of IT and the Law, so as to show which of them were originally written some time ago.
After I had posted my piece on “BAILII: How and why it all started” I received a tweet from Daniel Hoadley, which said:
In my recent blog “BAILII: Five Questions Answered” I gave technical answers to some of the criticisms that had been levelled at the way BAILII organised its website.
Yesterday I attended a conference to mark the 20th anniversary of the Criminal Cases Review Commission.
Now that the Government has announced its review of the LASPO Act, and has published what it calls a Post-Legislative Memorandum , I am starting a new series of blogs which will give my insights into the way the review is developing, and I will draw attention to important documents in the public domain. I will …
This is the seventeenth in the new series of blogs which will start with relevant extracts from the Bach Commission’s Final Report. These will be followed by the more detailed treatment I gave to the topic in one of the chapters in Appendix 5 to the Report.
This is the sixteenth in the new series of blogs which will start with relevant extracts from the Bach Commission’s Final Report. These will be followed by the more detailed treatment I gave to the topic in one of the chapters in Appendix 5 to the Report.