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Criminal cases: losing the true rate

15 September 2014By Greg Powell

Pay in criminal legal aid is at pre-1970 levels – and the senior judiciary and the bar are complicit in the ruin being visited on solicitor firms.

COLPs and COFAs – no small matter

15 September 2014By Ian Muirhead

The SRA’s plans for compliance officers show the regulator is at odds with itself.

Cashflow killed the cat

15 September 2014By Christopher Digby-Bell

Asking the client for a cheque is outside lawyers’ comfort zone.

Life shortened by abuse

15 September 2014

A recent blog opened up old wounds.

By the book

8 September 2014By Andrew Wright

Fond memories of The Lawyer’s Remembrancer.

Earliest call of duty?

8 September 2014By Rodney Huggins, Rodney Oliver

Memories of being perhaps the first duty solicitors – and assisting in court at launch of Reading music festival.

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