The LSB has called for 'collaboration' across the legal sector to help achieve its strategic aims

The Legal Services Board (LSB) has today published its 2021/22 business plan and a 10-year strategy for legal services in England and Wales, designed to address “significant” levels of “unmet legal need.”

LSB chair, Dr Helen Phillips, said: “While there have been many achievements over the last 10 years of independent regulation, there continue to be significant levels [of] unmet legal need. 

“We must seize this moment to drive forward a strategy that promotes the public interest, supports competition and growth, and encourages diversity and inclusion.”

The LSB oversees the regulation of legal services in England and Wales. The business plan and strategy were agreed by its ...

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