Funding, Costs and Legal Aid

Lacking ‘legal capability’

Public legal education is a key component in developing flexible and cost-effective solutions in which expert legal advice can be secured, explains Lis

27 Jun 2017 | Education & Training

Access to justice: When public legal education meets tech

Technology can help claimants deal with their legal problems, writes Mar

Suffolk one step closer to law centre launch

New advice centre will make the public more aware of their rights, say

Swansea solicitor loses employment claim against legal aid firm

Constructive dismissal, age discrimination, and breach of contract claims dismissed b

21 Jun 2017 | Employment

Grenfell Tower fire litigation ‘inevitable’

Solicitor advocate calls for inquest following prime minister’s promise of a publi

Full steam ahead for Bach Commission

Independent inspectorate into access to justice key feature of final report, say

Justice comes first for housing and immigration practitioners

Government ministers must understand the challenges facing social welfare lawyers, Quazim Khan tells Matthe

New justice secretary pledges support to independent judiciary

David Lidington: respect for rule of law but unclear voting record on socia

New Lord Chancellor gives lawyers cause for concern and hope

Here’s hoping David Lidington understands his oath better than his predecessors, writes John van de

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