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Access to Justice Review public hearing transcripts

​​​​​Public hearing transcripts​​​

​​On Friday 11 July 2014,​ the Access to Justice Review conducted a public hearing.

Those who submitted comments were asked to expand on their submissions at a hearing held over four sessions.

The transcripts for each session are listed below.​

Session ​​​one

Attendees:

  • Advocate Jonathan Speck (President of the Law Society of Jersey)
  • Mr Neville Benbow (Chief Executive of the Law Society of Jersey)
  • Advocate David​ Cadin (Batonnier)

Access to Justice public hearing session one

Sessio​n two

Attendees:

  • ​Advocate Timothy Hanson (Hanson Renouf)
  • Advocate Barbara Corbett (Hanson Renouf)​​

​​​Access to Justice public hearing session two

Sessio​n three

Attendees:

  • ​​Mr Malcolm Ferey (Chief Executive ​of Jersey Citizen's Advice Bureau)
  • Mr James Lambert (Director of services, Judicial Greffe)
  • Mrs S​ue de Feu (Programme Director, Jersey Legal Information Board)

​Access to Justice public hearing session three

Session ​​four

​Attendees:

  • ​Mr David Rothband​

​Access to Justice public hearing session four

Session five

​Attendees:

  • ​Advocate Jonathan Speck (President of the Law Society of Jersey)
  • Mr Neville Benbow (Chief Executive Officer of the Law Society of Jersey)
  • Advocate Davide Cadin (Bâtonnier)

Access t​o Justice public hearing session five​

Session six

​Attendees:

  • ​Advocate Rose Colley (Chair, Jersey Consumer Council)
  • Anne King (Executive Officer, Jersey Consumer Council)

Access to Justice public hearing session six

Session seven

​Attendees:

  • Advocate Matthew Thompson (The Master of the Royal Court)​
  • Mr Neville Benbow (Chief Executive Officer of the Law Society of Jersey)
  • Mr Malcolm Ferey (Chief Executive ​of Jersey Citizen's Advice Bureau)

Access to Justice public hearing session seven

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