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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

Criminal Justice – what next? I don’t know.

In my opinion, criminal defence does not get the credit it deserves. Representing someone who has no idea of the law, sometimes cannot articulate very well, and may have mental health, drug or alcohol problems in stopping them doing so, is a valued position and something that I aspire to do. The reaction I have … Continue reading