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Access to justice is the foundation of democracy

“Ministers keep using the mantra that their proposals are to protect the most vulnerable when, quite obviously, they are the exact opposite. If implemented their measures would, far from protecting the most vulnerable, directly harm them. 988 more words

Some snippets for Legal Aid Providers

On Friday last week, I had the opportunity of being invited to a consultative forum for legal aid providers organized by the Ministry of Justice, National Cohesion and Constitutional Affairs through the National Legal Aid ( & Awareness) Programme (NALEAP). 477 more words

Hiring Your Personal Injury Lawyer

John Prescott lately centered on the impact the Monthly bill will have on people bringing promises from big organisations outdoors of the personalized injury arena. 527 more words

Injury Lawyer

Access to Law Anyone?

Everyone should have the ability to understand and to access the law. The legal system of England and Wales takes pride the quality of its judiciary and seeks to ensure that everyone is equal before the courts. 510 more words

Law

Weekly round up

In this update:

  • Legal aid bill – the end of the road
  • New criminal forms
  • Guidance for solicitors and barristers billing civil cases
  • Family high cost case plans…
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Civil

Once more unto the Lords...and then what?

The legal aid bill returns to the Lords tomorrow as the final stages of the Parliamentary process draw near. We are now in “ping pong” 479 more words

Civil

Inevitable, but terrible nonetheless

REBLOGGED FROM SQUASH

(http://www.squashcampaign.org/2012/03/all-over-squatting-in-residential-properties-criminalised/)

Squatting in residential properties to be criminalised within months

What a joke! All of it, the whole process. Last night the House of Lords passed a clause hidden in the legal aid bill to criminalise squatting in residential properties essentially making thousands of homeless people criminals overnight. 579 more words

Government