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Five new appointments to the Civil Justice Council

Five new appointments to the Civil Justice Council

The Secretary of State for Justice has announced the appointment of 5 new members to the Civil Justice Council (CJC) for a period of 3 years from 1 January 2019.

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Five new appointments to the Civil Justice Council

Five new appointments to the Civil Justice Council

The Secretary of State for Justice has announced the appointment of 5 new members to the Civil Justice Council (CJC) for a period of 3 years from 1 January 2019.

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Five new appointments to the Civil Justice Council

Five new appointments to the Civil Justice Council

The Secretary of State for Justice has announced the appointment of 5 new members to the Civil Justice Council (CJC) for a period of 3 years from 1 January 2019.

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Two appointments and a reappointment to the Civil Justice Council

Two appointments and a reappointment to the Civil Justice Council

The Lord Chancellor the Rt Hon Elizabeth Truss MP has appointed 2 new members to the Civil Justice Council and reappointed an existing member for a further 3 years.

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Two appointments and a reappointment to the Civil Justice Council

Two appointments and a reappointment to the Civil Justice Council

The Lord Chancellor the Rt Hon Elizabeth Truss MP has appointed 2 new members to the Civil Justice Council and reappointed an existing member for a further 3 years.

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Consultation outcome: Triennial Review of the Civil Justice Council and Family Justice Council

Consultation outcome: Triennial Review of the Civil Justice Council and Family Justice Council

The Government’s response to the Public Administration Select Committee report ‘Smaller Government: Shrinking the Quango state’ sets out the plans for reforming public bodies. It includes new Triennial Review requirements for Non-Departmental Public Bodies (NDPB). Triennial Reviews are expected to take between 3-6 months and are carried out by the Sponsor Department of the respective bodies. The Judicial Office is carrying out the review of the Civil and Family Justice Councils.

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