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Ministry of Justice plans to impose cuts of up to £30 million on criminal defence solicitors have been condemned today by the Law Society.
Clarity over new rules for solicitors' firms wishing to tender for 2018 civil legal aid contracts were today welcomed by the Law Society.
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The MoJ has published a consultation paper on a new Advocate Graduated Fee Scheme (AGFS).
In the first in a series on the key issues concerning solicitors in 2017, Robert Bourns looks at threats to access to justice.
The Law Society will cease involvement in the Advocates' Graduated Fee Scheme working group due to transparency concerns.
Proposals for a set of minimum standards to ensure access to justice for all have prompted the Law Society to warn that the justice system is at breaking point.
Alexandra Cardenas discusses the third reading of the Investigatory Powers Bill and the strengthening of legal professional privilege.
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The Law Society has launched a new campaign highlighting a looming crisis in the numbers of criminal duty solicitors.
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