Services of Legal Aid in UK Law
Books & Journal Articles
The Swedish Legal Services Policy Remix: The Shift from Public Legal Aid to Private Legal Expense Insurance
A number of governments in the 1960s and 1970s pursued the goal of equal access to legal services by establishing publicly funded legal aid schemes. Some societies also promoted Legal Expense Insur...
Large‐scale Map or the A‐Z? The Place of Self‐help Services in Legal Aid
Australian legal aid agencies are increasing their reliance on self‐help legal services as part of their service delivery mix. Self‐help legal services seek to harness the productive capacity of co...
Legal Aid in the Eye of a Storm: Rationing, Contracting, and a New Institutionalism
This article discusses possible rationales underlying a legal aid system through an articulation of theories of distribution in the legal services market, considers the idea of prioritization and p...
Advancing access to justice for the poor and vulnerable through legal clinics in Ethiopia: constraints and opportunities
The right of access to justice, inter alia, enjoins states to provide legal aid services and employ legal literacy programs. It also ensures access to legal and justice institutions or legal remedi...
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Law Firm Commentaries
UK Public Procurement Law Digest: “Caveat Venditor” – e-tendering Systems and the Problem of Genuine Mistakes
Procurements run electronically seem to produce proportionately more claims of unfairness than the off-line variety. The cases that we summarise in this issue of our UK Public Procurement Law Diges...
Legal Aid for EU Residents
...... their effective access to justice where their financial resources are inadequate to cover the costs of litigation, and includes at least the services of a lawyer and the cost of proceedings". . The provisions apply to natural persons (whether claimants or defendants) and to legal persons so long ......
'It's Legal Aid, Jim, But Not As We Know It.'
...... has experience of working in France, where every partnership was allocated cases every year in which they are obliged to offer their services to the impecunious at 'legal aid rates'; it is not impossible to imagine a similar burden being placed upon our profession as a whole. Many aspects ......
Costs: Claimant Penalised For Change From Legal Aid Funding to CFA
......certificate provided. The Claimant's solicitor made a request for further funding. when medical reports were being obtained. The Legal Services. Commission (LSC) advised further funding could not be agreed but. recommended making a formal request for funding. The solicitor wrote to the ......
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