Practice Notes: Funding, Costs and Legal Aid

What next for the MoJ?

A new Lord Chancellor must make the ministry a motor within government to kick start justice reform, writes Matthe

02 Jun 2017

‘Uneconomical’ work can be refused, criminal lawyers told

Reduction in legal aid funding means solicitors are undertaking work at

01 Jun 2017

‘Game-changer’ for UK litigators with launch of first DBA insurance

UK firms can ‘now pursue similar growth’ to their US counterparts, according t

24 May 2017

Busting the litigation funding myths

Maurice Power examines the common misconceptions funders ofte

24 May 2017

Filling the gap: pro bono v legal aid

Lawyers aren't keen on working for free, but they don't want to let vulnerable people go unrepresented either, says Sinea

19 May 2017

Lib Dems pledge LASPO review and more funding for criminal legal aid

Insurance for company directors to help fund justice spend, says party’

17 May 2017

Labour commits to restoring access to justice

Manifesto hints at bringing back legal aid and redesigning judicia

16 May 2017

Court hours pilot a postcode lottery for solicitors

Practitioners expected to attend court during unsocial hours for no uplift i

16 May 2017

Not-for-profit crime firm ‘slays the lie’ that solicitors are in it for the money

Cooperative and community interest company launched by ex-Bindman

11 May 2017

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