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LAW RESOURCES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ULSTER


INTERNET RESOURCES

for Tribunals and Inquiries
 

These sites are FREE. Most provide full text decisions, with archive of coverage varying from court to court.

See also: Finding Case Law


Tribunals Service Website

22 individual tribunals such as Employment Appeals Tribunal, Asylum and Immigration, Mental Health Review Tribunal, Social Security Child Support and Pensions Appeals Commissioners. Also available are a range of publications, case studies, Frequently Asked Questions and a series of useful links.

Department for Social Development

See Law & Legislation section for information on NI Tribunals such as the Reported Decisions of the Social Security Commissioners and Child Support Commissioners and aspects of social security law.

Northern Ireland Office

This site has information from the Cory Collusion Report dealing with Robert Hamill, Patrick Finucane,  Rosemary Nelson and Billy Wright.

Review of Tribunals

This site contains the background to the Review of Tribunals by Sir Andrew Leggatt. It has the terms of reference, consultation documents and their responses, as well as the full text of the final report in 2001: Tribunals for Users: One System, one Service

Transforming Public Services

The White paper from 2004 which was the Government's formal response to the Leggatt Report

Department for Constitutional Affairs

Although responsibility for Tribunals and inquiries has been moved to the new Ministry of Justice, the Department for Constitutional Affairs who previously held the remit still have a number of useful documents on its site, such as the consultation document on Effective Inquiries

Law Reform Commission

Report on Public Inquiries including Tribunals of Inquiry (LRC 73-2005) (May 2005)

 

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