When Michael Gove was announced as Justice Secretary earlier this year, lawyers across the UK felt chills down their spine. Education professionals laughed, knowing that we too will have to endure the upheaval they did. 703 more words
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Greeting and happy Monday, lords and ladies, from the unseasonably warm Teton Valley. I will spare you my prefatory ramblings and pontifications, but here are five items I’ve flagged for your consideration before the straight ATJ news: 979 more words
Believe the Fat Cat Lawyer spin if you want, but this is the alternative version of why Criminal lawyers are fighting for Legal Aid
Yesterday I threatened to handcuff myself to a bench in the Magistrates Court until my case was dealt with. Its the second time in the last few months that I have done so. 1,586 more words
It has been a while since my last post, but I assure you my disappearance is well founded.
At the end of last year, I was proud to be appointed a position at PaperGram collective in their communication and strategic department, and ever since than I have been working alongside with my awesome teammates for its site launch. 103 more words
Law libraries provide essential services to self-represented litigants. To highlight the work that law libraries do to promote access to justice as well as available opportunities to expand services, your friendly Law Library Intern and Law Library Director, together with Sara Galligan of the… 111 more words