Law Society blog - criminal legal aid
Here are all the posts tagged with "criminal legal aid".
16 October 2018
Last week, the government published a further 28 Brexit no deal technical notices on professional services, which includes contingency plans for EU lawyers practising in the UK.
20 September 2018
MPs and Peers returned from summer recess for two weeks, before breaking up for the Party Conference season.
30 May 2018
Parliament is in recess this week and both Houses will return on 4 June. On their return, both the Home Secretary and the Justice Secretary are scheduled to face questions from MPs on immigration and access to justice respectively.
23 May 2018
This week in the House of Commons, Richard Miller, Head of Justice, Law Society will give evidence to the Justice Select Committee on criminal legal aid.
05 January 2017
In the first in a series on the key issues concerning solicitors in 2017, Robert Bourns looks at threats to access to justice.
28 November 2016
Alexandra Cardenas discusses the Autumn statement and the government's reversal of immigration and asylum fees.
21 November 2016
Alexandra Cardenas looks at the Autumn statement and Justice Select Committee's annual report.
07 November 2016
Alexandra Cardenas discusses the third reading of the Investigatory Powers Bill and the strengthening of legal professional privilege.
29 January 2016
Richard Messingham considers the scrapping of the controversial duty contracts scheme for criminal legal aid.
23 July 2015
In this video, the president discusses mass data retention legislation, proposals to change the way solicitors qualify, the UK-China law programme, court closures and criminal legal aid.