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Statement and reports from Justice Minister Naomi Long on the Review of the Support Services for Serving and Retired Prison Officers.
Circular 'LSA 02-21 - Implementation of new functionality in LAMS' advises suppliers that the Legal Services Agency (LSA) has introduced new security auditing functionality to its case management system LAMS.
Circular 'LSA 01-21 - Introduction of a general authority pilot for the use of psychiatrists and psychologists as expert witnesses in public law Children Order cases in the Family Proceedings court' announces the introduction of a general authority for the use of psych
This General Authority allows expert psychiatrists and psychologists to be deployed as expert witnesses in Public Children Order Proceedings in the Family Proceedings Court without prior authority, providing a Certificate for legal aid has been granted by the Legal Services Ag
Guidance for suppliers on how to submit authority and payment requests under the General Authority for the use of psychiatrists and psychologists as expert witnesses in public law Children Order cases in the Family Proceedings court.
The Department of Justice (DoJ) is seeking to appoint an Independent Assessor of Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) Recruitment Vetting.
With effect from January 2021, information is being published on the number of Written Assembly Questions tabled each month for answer by the Minister of Justice, and the number answered in accordance with the timescales specified in the Assembly’s Standing Orders.
Justice Minister Naomi Long statement to ad hoc committee on travel restrictions.
Woodvale community consultation.
Minutes for the LSANI board from 1 January 2020 to 31 December 2020.
The 'LSANI guidance - reviews, redeterminations and appeals to the Taxing Master regarding Crown Court legal aid costs' document sets out the process for the handling of requests for reviews by the Legal Services Agency; redeterminations by the Agency and appeals
Circular 'LSA 21-2020 - Reviews, redeterminations and appeals to the Taxing Master regarding Crown Court legal aid costs' advises practitioners to new guidance issued in this matter.
Please select link(s) below to access the Northern Ireland Courts and Tribunals Service Operational Bulletin(s)
This is a Grant by the Legal Services Agency Northern Ireland (“the Agency”) under Article 12(2)(c) of the Access to Justice (Northern Ireland) Order 2003 to the Housing Rights Service, (HRS) a company limited by guarantee (NI021018) having its registered off
Key messages for legal aid suppliers for November 2020.
The 'LSANI policy statement on the requirements for submitting electronic pages of prosecution evidence' sets out how the Agency will treat requests for authority to read and consider electronic pages of prosecution evidence (ePPE) served by the Public Prosecution Serv
The DoJ guidance on submitting electronic pages of prosecution evidence complements the Legal Aid for Crown Court Proceedings (Costs) Rules (Northern Ireland) 2005 and the Magistrates’ Courts and County Court Appeals (Criminal Legal Aid) (Costs) Rules (Northern Irel
Circular 'LSA 20-2020 - Requirements for submitting electronic Pages of Prosecution Evidence (ePPE)' draws attention to the new LSANI policy statement and the departmental guidance for ePPE.
Guidance manual for suppliers using the Legal Aid Management System (LAMS).
Intergovernmental Agreement on Co-operation on Criminal Justice Matters: Work Programmes.