This document sets out details of AccessNI’s activity and performance over the 12 month period 1 April 2018 to 31 March 2019 against targets and where appropriate, compares this to previous years.
Letter to the Law Society from the Chief Executive of the LSA relating to guidance issued on civil representation.
Circular 'LSA 11-19 - LAMS Attaching Barristers to legally aided cases' provides additional information on the requirement in LAMS to attach counsel to cases.
The purpose of this note is to advise users that DoJ intends to undertake a scoping exercise to explore the potential of, and demand for, including fraud and cyber crime within the main headline victimisation estimates derived from the NI
Litigants in Person Reference Group
This Inter-Departmental Homelessness Action Plan which was published in November 2017 has been developed to complement the Northern Ireland Housing Executive’s new Homelessness Strategy.
Court Prosecutions, Convictions and Out of Court Disposals Statistics for Northern Ireland, 2018
Circular 'LSA 10-19 - Additional transitional arrangements for the introduction of LAMS' will be of interest to all practitioners as it sets out additional arrangements to assist with the transition to and embedding of the new Legal Aid Ma
If an interested person is aggrieved by any decision taken by the administrators concerning the interpretation of the rules of the scheme, he or she has the right of appeal against that decision.
AccessNI Stakeholder Forum Minutes 2019
The Ulster University Economic Police Centre met with senior staff from the Department of Justice in May 2017 to discuss ways in which the UUEPC could bring an economic perspective to the work of the Department.
AccessNI performance charts for April 2019 to March 2020.
Court of Appeal Scheme 2019
Executive Action Plan on tackling paramilitary activity
Tackling paramilitarism information booklet.
The focus of this publication is on key attitudinal modules contained within the NICS relating to:
Circular 'LSA 09-19 - Revised transitional arrangements for the introduction of LAMS' will be of interest to all practitioners as it sets out the indicative timelines for the arrangements leading up to the introduction of the new Legal Aid
Circular 'LSA 08-19 - Attaching counsel to existing legal aid cases' notifies the profession about the processes for attaching barristers' details to existing and new legal aid cases.
This Code of Practice gives guidance to District Councils and the Northern Ireland Policing Board on their respective roles in the nomination and appointment of independent members to Policing and Community Safety Partnerships and, for Belfast, to
Gillen Review: Report into the law and procedures in serious sexual offences in Northern Ireland.