I have told the MOJ that they might as well have described this as "stuff" for all it really helps me. But it is quite possible there is much of interest there too.
Tribunals Service Case Management systems including: ARIA, ETHOS (and Caseflow), GAPs 2, MARTHA, CICA and a set of SQL and Access based systems, and manual case records.
Each dataset allows (signed up users) to give feedback on release of the data. Feedback is supposed to be focussed particularly on economic and social growth - nothing persuades governments like "if you release this dataset, there will be a £100M growth in GDP".
Sadly, to date, almost all the interesting datasets have attracted no comments at all. I wonder whether this is to do with lack of publicity or whether people (like me) feel that it is difficult to make concrete comments on datasets about which they know nothing. If any reader of this blog feels strongly about open data, can I invite you to give feedback on some (or all) of these datasets.
Note: I have blogged elsewhere on this topic already with a slightly different emphasis.