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Margaret Ross, Lynda Reid and Sarah Bleichner, School of Law, University of Aberdeen ISBN 978 0 7559 7876 2 (Web only publication) This document is also available in pdf format (452k)
GLOSSARY OF ABBREVIATIONS
CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND
CHAPTER TWO: METHODOLOGY Design and Methodologies Tribunal sampling Approaches to Tribunal Presidents
CHAPTER THREE: TRAINING CONTEXT Background to this evaluation of tribunal training The role of the Scottish Committee The role of Scottish Ministers Conclusions
CHAPTER FOUR: VIEWS FROM TRIBUNALS Comments from Presidents Comments from members and chairs Analysis of other freetext comments Conclusions
CHAPTER FIVE: COMPARATIVE CONTEXT FOR TRIBUNAL TRAINING NEEDS AND REFORMS Academic writing Role of training in core tribunal skills Comparator Jurisdictions Conclusions
CHAPTER SIX: CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS Conclusions Tribunal dynamics Recommendations
APPENDIX ONE: LIST OF TRIBUNALS OPERATING IN SCOTLAND BY SUBJECT MATTER, TAKEN FROM SCOTTISH COMMITTEE ANNUAL REPORT FOR 2006-2007 ANNEX D
APPENDIX TWO: QUESTIONNAIRE FOR TRIBUNAL MEMBERS AND CHAIRS
APPENDIX THREE: MEMBERSHIP AND TRAINING BUDGETS OF SAMPLE TRIBUNALS
APPENDIX FOUR: QUESTIONNAIRE RESPONSES BY PERCENTAGE
The views expressed in this report are those of the researcher and do not necessarily represent those of the Department or Scottish Ministers.
This report is available on the Scottish Government Social Research website only www.scotland.gov.uk/socialresearch.
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