Judicial Office for England and Wales

A central government body, also called The Judicial Office

The Judicial Office reports to the Lord Chief Justice – its purpose is to support the judiciary in upholding the rule of law and in delivering justice impartially, speedily and efficiently. The Judicial Office was set up following the Constitutional Reform Act 2005, under which the Lord Chief became Head of the Judiciary. The Judicial Office provides the secretariat for the Judicial Executive Board.

The Judicial Office website states: "Freedom of Information requests to the Judicial Office are managed centrally via the Ministry of Justice". *

The Judicial College is listed separately on WhatDoTheyKnow.

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