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The deadline for written submissions has passed.
The Justice Committee has decided to hold an inquiry into the HMCTS reform programme to consider the progress made with the reforms so far and the implications of planned changes, particularly in relation to access to justice. The Committee is interested in evidence of the effects and potential effects of the HMCTS reform programme on access to justice, as well as the management of the reform process.
The Committee would welcome written submissions of up to 3,000 words by 11 March 2019 on all or some of the questions set out in the terms of reference below.
Evidence given by Rt Hon Lord Burnett of Maldon, Lord Chief Justice; Sir Terence Etherton, Master of the Rolls; and Sir Ernest Ryder, Senior President of Tribunals.
Rt Hon David Gauke MP, Secretary of State for Justice; Susan Acland-Hood, CEO, HM Courts and Tribunals Service; and Richard Goodman, Change Director, HM Courts and Tribunals Service.
Justice Committee examines court and tribunal reforms