8 September 2014
The Mozambique Bar Association has set up a legal aid body to provide access to justice for those who cannot afford a lawyer. The Institute for Access to Justice has 1,400 qualified lawyers and 500 trainees registered to work with it.
Lord Hamblen tells conference that it is not the role of an expert to advocate a case or argue with counsel.
Sir Bob Neill says providers will be forced out of running smaller claims.
Ministry of Justice heeds Law Society concern over accessibility of digital system for vulnerable people.
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