Practice Notes: Funding, Costs and Legal Aid

Charity launches for-profit law firm to support victims of modern slavery

The government does not support the real cost of help for victims, says ATLE

28 Feb 2017

East Anglian legal advice centres ‘not giving up’ on access to justice

Reliance on volunteers is ‘fanciful’ and stakeholder funding remains vital followin

23 Feb 2017

‘Long overdue’ reforms will protect vulnerable parties in family court

Cross-examination proposals must ensure a fair trial, say

23 Feb 2017

The dangers of fixed costs litigation

The City of London Law Society’s submission should anchor the debate on the proposed FRC extension, argues And

21 Feb 2017

Costs claimed are not costs paid

Nigel Poole QC explores the implications of capping clinical negligence fees payable by th

21 Feb 2017

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Further cuts and the online recorder test debacle are enough to make solicitors long for the days of inkwells, pink ribbon, and a publicly funded justice s

17 Feb 2017

‘Helen Archer’ law must not forget alleged abusers

Barrister condemns routine use of terminology that fails to acknowledge presumption o

15 Feb 2017

Interventionist thinking

Pro bono is no substitute for legal aid, but it might be time to accept it’s the only option out there, writes John van de

10 Feb 2017

Firepower of litigation funders increases

UK funders’ total balance sheet assets rise 25 per cent in

08 Feb 2017

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