Regulation of Legal Aid in UK Law
Third Way Regulation? Community Legal Service Partnerships
This article examines recent changes in the civil legal aid scheme in England and Wales (now called the Community Legal Service) and the creation of Community Legal Service Partnerships in particul...
Regulating Law Firm Ethics Management: An Empirical Assessment of an Innovation in Regulation of the Legal Profession in New South Wales
The Australian state of New South Wales (NSW) was the first jurisdiction to fully deregulate law firm structure and allow alternative business structures in the legal profession. At the same time i...
International Cooperation between Investigation Authorities and Public Prosecutors
This paper discusses international regulations in criminal law. Several definitions of ‘limited legal aid’ are considered. The system of the various criminal treaties, together with their additiona...
Problems applying traditional anti‐money laundering procedures to non‐financial transactions, “parallel banking systems” and Islamic financial systems
Purpose: The purpose of this research paper is to consider the unique and even positive nature of hawalas and other informal fund transfer systems (IFTs) in the developing world. Design/methodolog...
Book reviewed in this article: he Judicial Process: An Introductory Analysis of the Courts of the United States, England and France. Third edition Revised and Enlarged. By Henry J. Abraham. The Ame...
Euthanasia and the Right to Death: The Case for Voluntary Euthanasia. Edited by A. B. Downing with a foreword by the Earl of Listowel. Medical Progress and the Law. Editor: Clark C. Havighurst. Cri...
- DIVORCE AND THE RECOURSE TO LEGAL AID
“Is the person who he claims to be?” old fashion due diligence may give the correct answer!
Purpose: – This paper aims to critically examine the impact of the evolution of technology regarding customer due diligence (CDD) measures and highlight potential weaknesses in the areas of busines...
The effect of tax amnesty on anti-money laundering in Bangladesh
Purpose: – The article aims to rely on the global wealth chains theory to study the effect of tax amnesty on anti-money laundering (AML) in Bangladesh. This theory is an analytical framework intend...
STATE AID AND BANKING ACTIVITIES: THE IMPACT OF EUROPEAN COMMUNITY LAW
The purpose of the present paper is not to review the rules applicable whenever a member state wishes, in a straightforward manner, to grant financial aid to a credit institution which has run into...
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