The use and value of oral hearings in the administrative justice system - LITRG response

Published on 5 October 2005

Oral hearings before a court or a tribunal has been the traditional way of deciding disputes that cannot be resolved any other way. They have many advantages; in particular they give the litigants 'their day in court'. But are they the only, or necessarily the best, way?

To download our response to the Council on Tribunals' consultative paper The use and value of oral hearings in the administrative justice system, follow the link below.

Contact Name: Robin Williamson (Contact tel: 0844 579 6700 , Fax: 0844 579 6701)

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The use and value of oral hearings in the administrative justice system - LITRG response

(05-10-2005)

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