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New report examines impact of legal aid cuts in private family law cases.
The Honourable Mr Justice Peter Jackson said two cases heard on consecutive days illustrated ongoing problems.
Warm words are great, but it will take time to win round solicitors.
Oversight regulator sticks with current minimum of £2m and £3m for incorporated firms and LLPs.
‘Depressing day’ for practitioners as government takes forward contracts and fee cuts.
SRA warns of dangers of phone scammers.
Certain preliminary issues came to be tried in more than 600 High Court cases in which Iraqi civilians are claiming damages from the Ministry of Defence for their allegedly unlawful detention and alleged ill-treatment by British armed forces in Iraq.
Claire Parfitt starts a training contract at GHP Legal in Wrexham.
Shadow justice minister lambasts ‘systematic attack’ on claimants and their lawyers.
MoJ data appear to allay concerns about litigants in person ‘clogging up the courts’.