The Judicial and Legal Services Committee has appointed a tribunal to carry out investigations and report on findings with regards to an judicial staff. View Transcript

The functions of the Commission, in addition to the functions specified in the Constitution and in any other Organic Law are:

  • to conduct a continuing review of the jurisdiction, practice and procedure of all courts, other than the Supreme Court and the National Court, and, from time to time, to make recommendations to the Law Reform Commission as to legislative changes that to it appear necessary in relation to such jurisdiction, practice and procedure; and
  • to ensure the adequate staffing of the courts referred to in the above bullet point; and
  • to ensure that adequate and proper statistics relating to the exercise of the jurisdiction of all courts are compiled and kept.