Category Archives: Legal Aid

Access to Justice for Vulnerable People – The Advocate’s Gateway Second International Conference

The Advocate’s Gateway Second International Conference Date: 2 and 3 June 2017 Venue: The Law Society, Chancery Lane, London. Organizers: The Advocate’s Gateway and funded by The Inns of Court College of Advocacy (ICCA) Topic: Access to Justice for Vulnerable more »

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Criminal Law News – Weekly Round Up 11th May 2017

  Our Weekly round up of developments in Criminal law and cases in the UK and abroad. Denied legal aid widow of renowned academic resorts to Crowd funding for Inquest.  The widow of an acclaimed researcher and senior lecturer who more »

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The bar 2020: Divide and rule

The Paradox of Criminal Barristers and the Commercial Bar; Trend suggests the Bar to splinter into three According to a report in The Lawyer, the barrister profession may be heading for a three-way split. With pressure from legal aid cuts more »

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Families continue to suffer from the legal aid cuts

Strong concerns are being raised that the family courts system is at a ‘breaking point’ owing to the delays now caused in proceedings due to unrepresented parties. The concern was quoted by the family lawyers body Resolution. With a fear more »

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