Legal Aid in UK Law
- LEGAL AID FOR MITIGATION
- Legal Aid and Social Security
- THE POLITICAL PARTIES AND LEGAL AID
What Made Me a Legal Aid Lawyer?
This article is a contribution to the occasional series dealing with a major book that influenced the author. Previous contributors include Stewart Macaulay, John Griffith, William Twining, and Car...
- DIVORCE AND THE RECOURSE TO LEGAL AID
- Legal Aid in the Netherlands: A View from England
- CONTINGENT FEES: A SUPPLEMENT TO LEGAL AID?
- The Progress And Future Of Legal Aid In Civil Litigation
- The Government’s Plans on Legal Aid and Conditional Fees
‘I’ve lost the plot’: an everyday story of legal aid lawyers
This paper examines the impact on a specific group of solicitors in the United Kingdom of recent changes in the delivery of legal services. These changes are seen as a form of the New Public Manage...
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