Advancing Administrative Justice
The Administrative Justice and Tribunals Council keeps under review the administrative justice system as a whole with a view to making it accessible, fair and efficient. We seek to ensure that the relationships between the courts, tribunals, ombudsmen and alternative dispute resolution providers satisfactorily reflect the needs of users.
What is administrative justice?
Government regulates various aspects of our everyday lives, making decisions in relation to individual people. ‘Administrative justice’ includes the procedures for making such decisions, the law that regulates decision-making, and the systems (such as the various tribunals and ombudsmen) that enable people to challenge these decisions.
Adjust Newsletter - March 2010
The AJTC's quarterly electronic newsletter features all the latest news and articles from the Council and across the administrative justice world. View
Options for tribunal reform in Scotland - a discussion paper
The Scottish Committee has published a discussion paper seeking views and observations on the issues requiring to be addressed in establishing a Scottish Tribunals Service.
(22 June 2010) More..
Control of entry arrangements relating to NHS pharmaceutical services
The Scottish Committee's response to the Scottish Government consultation.
(21 June 2010) More..