Narrow focus on price could potentially damage clients' ability to make informed choices, says Chancery Lane

The Law Society has rejected calls from the Legal Services Consumer Panel (LSCP) for firms to publish the average cost of services as the debate around the future of legal services intensifies.

In response to the Competition and Markets Authority's (CMA) interim report on the sector, the LSCP argued for regulatory intervention to ensure information about average fees and quality of service is published.

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