- Ministry of Justice
The Ministry of justice leads the government's constitutional, rights and legal reform programmes, which include work on institutional reform, data protection and sharing, electoral modernisation, human rights, devolution and encouraging people to take an active part in the democratic process.
- Administrative Justice and Tribunals Council
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.
- Office of Public Sector Information
Operating from within the National Archives, the Office of Public Sector Information (OPSI) is at the heart of information policy, setting standards, delivering access and encouraging the re-use of public sector information. OPSI provides a wide range of services to the public, information industry, government and the wider public sector relating to finding, using, sharing and trading information.
- Her Majesty's Courts Service
Her Majesty's Courts Service (HMCS) is an executive agency of the Ministry of Justice (MoJ). Our remit is to deliver justice effectively and efficiently to the public. We are responsible for managing the magistrates' courts, the Crown Court, county courts, the High Court and Court of Appeal in England and Wales.
- The Northern Ireland Court Service
The Northern Ireland Court Service (the Court Service) was established in 1979, by the Judicature (Northern Ireland) Act 1978, as a separate civil service in Northern Ireland. It is the Lord Chancellor's department in Northern Ireland.
- UK Parliament
UK Parliament provides information about the House of Commons and House of Lords in the UK.
- Scottish Courts
The Scottish Courts provides a single access point for information relating to civil and criminal courts within Scotland, including the Court of Session, the High Court of Judiciary, the Sheriff Courts, Justice of the Peace Courts, District Courts and a number of other courts, commissions and tribunals.
- Welsh Assembly Government
The Welsh Assembly Government is responsible for most of the issues of day-to-day concern to the people of Wales, including the economy, health, education, and local government.
- Scottish Parliament
The Scottish Parliament has devolved powers on matters such as education, health and prisons, which used to be dealt with by the Parliament at Westminster and are now decided in Scotland.
Advicenow is an independent, not-for-profit website providing accurate, up-to-date information on rights and legal issues.
- Community Legal Advice
A free and confidential advice service paid for by legal aid.
- Equality and Human Rights Commission
From 1 October 2007, the Equality and Human Rights Commission took over the role and functions of the Commission for Racial Equality (CRE), the Disability Rights Commission (DRC) and the Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC), with new responsibilities for sexual orientation, age, religion and belief, and human rights.
Tribunals not administered by the Tribunals Service
- Judiciary of England & Wales
The purpose of this website is to provide you with an insight into the working lives of the nearly 42,000 judicial office holders in England and Wales
- Agricultural Land Tribunals
The Agricultural Land Tribunals (ALTs) play an important role in settling disputes and other issues between agricultural tenants and landlords arising from tenancy agreements held under the Agricultural Holdings Act 1986.
- Traffic Penalty Tribunal
The Traffic Penalty Tribunal decides appeals against parking penalties issued by Civil Enforcement Authorities in England (outside London) and Wales and against bus lane penalties issued by Civil Enforcement Authorities in England (outside London).
- Parking and Traffic Appeals Service (inside London)
The Parking and Traffic Appeals Service provides the independent adjudication service for deciding disputed parking and bus lane penalties charged by Councils and Transport for London (TfL) and congestion charging penalties issued by TfL.
- Residential Property Tribunals Service
The Residential Property Tribunals Service is the public body that can decide many Rent and Leasehold disputes. We provide a fair, unbiased service used by thousands of Landlords, Tenants and Leaseholders every year.
- Valuation Tribunals Service
The Valuations tribunals are independent of the Valuation Office Agency, whose staff value homes and business properties for council tax and business rates. They are also independent of the billing authorities (local councils), which send out council tax and rates bills.