“The current rules for contempt and the inherent power of the courts to control their own proceedings and processes is also perfectly adequate to control any disruptive lay advisers and to order them to be removed in appropriate cases where they have abused their role as lay advocates.”
- The Lord Chief Justice’s consultation on Reforming the Courts’ Approach to McKenzie Friends.
Before we submit our text in the name of the Association of McKenzie Friends, here is:
- Natasha Phillips’ contribution of three salient points on her excellent blog Researching Reform;
- a McKenzie Friend’s text who wishes to remain anonymous and repeats all questions to be answered.
These are thus two good models / templates for you to submit your own response, or maybe just ‘general’ points.
Master of the Rolls Private Office
Royal Courts of Justice
London WC2A 2LL
REFORMING THE COURT’S APPROACH TO MCKENZIE FRIENDS – A CONSULTATION
I am writing to make representations regarding the “Reforming the Court’s Approach to McKenzie Friends – A Consultation”, currently being undertaken by the Judiciary Department of the Ministry of Justice.
My responses are under the question headings as set…
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