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Adler, M, 'Waiting in the Wings: The Leggatt Report, the White Paper and the Reform of Tribunals' (2006) 13(2) Journal of Social Security Law 73
Adler, M, 'Who is afraid of Andrew Leggatt? (2002) 9(4) Journal of Social Security Law 177
Administrative Justice and Tribunals Council www.ajtc.gov.uk
Administrative Justice Steering Group ( AJSG), Options for the Future Administration and Supervision of Tribunals in Scotland (Scottish Consumer Council, September 2008)
AJTC (Council on Tribunals) Tribunal User Groups Survey ReportAJTCwww.ajtc.gov.uk , 2008
AJTC Scottish Committee, Conference Report, Adjust Newsletter, April 2008, www.ajtc.gov.uk ,
ALRC Issues Paper 24 Review of the adversarial system of litigation: Federal tribunal proceedings, Sydney 1998 ( ALRCIP 24)
Armytage, L, Development of COAT Tribunals' Model Practice Manual, para. 1a(ii), 2004.
Atkinson, J, 'Bias and mental health tribunals: a reply', Journal of the Law Society of Scotland (online) submission 30 March 2006 available at www.journalonline.co.uk/article/1002922.aspx
Australian Government Response to Consultation Paper CP30/7, 19 May 2008
Australian Institute of Judicial Administration Programme for 11 th Annual Tribunals Conference, June 2008, http://www.aija.org.au/
Australian Law Reform Commission Report No. 89 (January 2000), Recommendation 10.
Australian Law Reform Commission, Issues Paper 24, Chapter 10
Australian Law Reform Commission, Report No. 89 (January 2000)

CIAJ " Serving Administrative Tribunals" accessible from < http://www.ciaj-icaj.ca/>.

Genn and Cole, 'Judicial Studies Board Assessing Competence', Tribunals Journal, Vol. 9 (1) (2002)
Genn, 'Tribunal Review of Decision-Making' in Richardson, Genn (eds) (1994), Administrative Law and Government Action (Oxford, Clarendon Press).
Genn, H & Paterson, A Paths to Justice Scotland (Hart Publishing 2001)
Genn, H, Lever, B, Gray, L with Balmer, N and National Centre for Social Research, Tribunals for Diverse UsersDCA Research Series 1/06

Judicial Studies Board , Framework of Standards for Training and Development in Tribunals (2003),
Judicial Studies Board , Fundamental Principles and Guidance for Appraisals in Tribunals and Model Scheme (2003),
Judicial Studies Board , Guidance on Mentoring in Tribunals (2004),
Judicial Studies Board , Tribunals Training Handbook (2004),
Judicial Studies Board, Equal Treatment - Training for Tribunals (2004),
Judicial Studies Board, Equal Treatment Bench Book (2005),
Judicial Studies Board ,, Framework for Induction of New Chairmen and Members of Tribunals (2005),
Judicial Studies Board, Evaluation of Training, Appraisal and Mentoring in Tribunals (2006) (this publication is not available generally but has been provided to Tribunal Presidents and Training Heads),
Judicial Studies Board tribunal resource website (2007), www.jsboard.co.uk/tribunals/ttp/2007/ttp_08_07.htm

Ministry of Justice Tribunals Service, Consultation Paper CP30/7 Transforming Tribunals, Implementing Part 1 of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007, 22 November, 2007,

New Zealand Law Commission Issues Paper 6 Tribunals in New Zealand January 2008.

O'Connor, D, 'Future Directions in Australian administrative law: the Administrative Appeals Tribunal' in Bayne P (ed) AAT Essays 1976-1996 Administrative Appeals Tribunal 1996, 13, 16, quoted in ALRC Issues Paper 24 Review of the adversarial system of litigation: Federal tribunal proceedings, Sydney 1998 ( ALRCIP 24)

Peay, J, Decisions and Dilemmas, Working with Mental Health Law (Hart Publishing, 2003)
Peay, J, Tribunals on Trial (Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1989)
Perkins, E, Decision-Making in Mental Health Review Tribunals (London, Policy Studies Institute, 2002) cited in Peay, J (2003), Decisions and Dilemmas, Working with Mental Health Law (Hart Publishing)

Ross, M, ' MHTs take another look' (2006) 51(3) Journal of the Law Society of Scotland, , pp.20-22,

Scottish Committee Annual Conference Report www.ajtc.gov.uk/adjust/articles/feature_scottish_conference.htm

Turner, A, 'Seen to be fair?' (2005) 50(11) Journal of the Law Society of Scotland, 24.