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Justice and Home Affairs Committee

Lords Select Committee

The Justice and Home Affairs Committee was appointed to consider justice and home affairs, including the domestic criminal justice system, and international cooperation in respect of criminal justice, civil justice, migration and asylum.

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Reports, special reports and government responses

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1st Report - Technology rules? The advent of new technologies in the justice system
Inquiry New technologies and the application of the law
Committees Justice and Home Affairs Committee
HL Paper 180
Report

Oral evidence transcripts

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5 April 2022
Inquiry The Life in the UK test
Witnesses Dr Ricky van Oers (Programme Manager at Centre for Professional Legal Education, Radboud University), Dr Djordje Sredanovic (GERME Department at Université libre de Bruxelles), and Dr Elisabeth Badenhoop (Senior Researcher and Lecturer in Government and Policy Research at Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg)
Committees Justice and Home Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
29 March 2022
Inquiry The Life in the UK test
Witnesses Migration Observatory, British Future, and Professor Dina Kiwan (Head of Department at The Department for Education and Social Justice, The University of Birmingham)
Committees Justice and Home Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
12 January 2022
Inquiry New technologies and the application of the law
Witnesses Home Office, and Home Office
Committees Justice and Home Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
LTN0011 - The Life in the UK test
Witnesses Dr Bronwen Manby (Senior Visiting Fellow, LSE Human Rights, Senior Visiting Fellow, Firoz Lalji Institute for Africa at London School of Economics & Political Science)
Committees Justice and Home Affairs Committee
Written Evidence
LTN0010 - The Life in the UK test
Witnesses Prof. Dr. Patrícia Jerónimo (Associate Professor at University of Minho, Braga, Portugal)
Committees Justice and Home Affairs Committee
Written Evidence
LTN0009 - The Life in the UK test
Witnesses Professor Thom Brooks (Professor of Law and Government at Durham Law School, Durham University)
Committees Justice and Home Affairs Committee
Written Evidence

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