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Legal Aid – what’s going on?

Although the Government’s Transforming Legal Aid Consultation period has closed, there are still lots of things happening… • On 11th June, the Justice Select Committee heard evidence from legal professionals about how PCT and proposals in general are unworkable – for more info: http://www.gemmab82.wordpress.com/2013/06/11/justice-select-committee-one-off-evidence-session-transforming-legal-aid-consultation/ – They will be hearing evidence from Chris Grayling on 3rd … Continue reading

Justice Select Committee: one-off evidence session ‘Transforming Legal Aid Consultation’

Commons Select Committee: The Justice Committee was appointed by the House of Commons to examine the expenditure, administration and policy of the Ministry of Justice and associated public bodies. Today, 11th June 2013, the Committee will hold a one-off evidence session in relation to Price Competitive Tendering Proposals in the Government’s Transforming Legal Aid Consultation … Continue reading