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High Court slaps down legal aid reform

19 September 2014By

Consultation process so unfair as to be illegal, judge rules - but new fee cuts likely to go ahead.

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    The Scots divide

    Now that Scotland has spoken, what next for family law?

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  • Jonathan Goldsmith

    Judges, judges everywhere

    There is a proliferation of organisations in Europe representing judges. Do we need them all?

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    Managing lawyers

    Solicitors aren’t trained how to manage people. But common sense and pragmatism can help send the right message from senior lawyers.

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  • Michael Cross

    Silly money and sensible planning

    Planning reforms are essential to fixing the housing crisis. The question is which reforms.  

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