News UK Law firms Slow judges cause Admin Court delays By The Lawyer 10 November 2008 15:34 13 December 2015 22:10 Sign in or register to continue reading. It's FREE Sign in Email Password Keep me logged in Forgot your password? Not registered? It's FREE! Register now Register with The Lawyer A Judicial Office Spokesman 10 November 2008 at 10:42 Court response High Court Judges sitting in the administrative court are specifically nominated for that purpose. They can each deal with the full range of administrative court work and time estimates for cases are not generally adjusted for particular judges. Where a case raises issues in a particular area of law, it is the policy of the administrative court that the case will be listed, wherever possible, before a judge who has particular expertise in that area. Because of the heavy workload of the Administrative Court list, resulting mainly from the very large number of asylum reconsideration applications, a number of deputy High Court judges have been sitting in the Administrative Court. As would be expected, their lists are to an extent compiled with an eye to their expertise and judicial experience. Reply Link James Haddleton, partner, DWF LLP and Chairman of the Leeds Law Society, Civil Litigation sub-commit 10 November 2008 at 23:05 Slow judges cause Admin Court delays The welcome addition, in April 2009 ,of Leeds, Manchester, Cardiff and Birmingham as administrative court centres will help ease the burden on London. The judiciary who hear these cases will be trained appropriately so removing the need for court users to run the risk, and incur the cost, of appearing before non-specialist judges. Reply Link Name Email Cancel reply Threaded commenting powered by interconnect/it code.