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Online event: An update on recovery in the civil, family courts & tribunals

Nov 20, 2020, 09:43 AM
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HM Courts and Tribunals Service has announced that it is holding an online event to discuss its recovery plan for the civil, family courts and tribunals, which was published on 9 November 2020 amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The recovery plan is based on five key areas, namely: maximising the capacity of the judiciary, re-opening the courtroom capacity, ensuring remote hearings continue to be effectively supported, increasing staff capacity to support delivery and continuing to reduce the time it takes to process cases. The event will be hosted by the CFT Project Recovery Lead, Ben Burke-Davies.
In the webinar each service owner from each jurisdiction will speak about the challenges they face, from managing social distancing requirements in courts to enabling teams to work in new ways.

The event is aimed at legal professionals, professional court users and members of the third sector with an interest in these jurisdictions and will last for 45–60 minutes.

You can sign up for the online event here.

You can submit questions during the event, or in advance by emailing

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