Services of Legal Aid in UK Law

  • The Swedish Legal Services Policy Remix: The Shift from Public Legal Aid to Private Legal Expense Insurance
    • Núm. 30-1, Marzo 2003
    • Journal of Law and Society
    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
    • Núm. 30-1, Marzo 2003
    • Journal of Law and Society
    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...
  • Chairman's Notes
    • Núm. 5-22, Julio 1949
    • Probation Journal
    ......* . >.: . *. their  servicesLegal  Aid  Bill.  I. ......
  • Legal Aid in the Eye of a Storm: Rationing, Contracting, and a New Institutionalism
    • Núm. 25-3, Septiembre 1998
    • Journal of Law and Society
    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...
    ...... 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 planning or, in the political vernacular, rationing of public funding, and addresses the impact of ......
  • ‘I’ve lost the plot’: an everyday story of legal aid lawyers
    • Núm. 28-3, Septiembre 2001
    • Journal of Law and Society
    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...
    ...... SOMMERLAD* 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 Management (NPM), and the paper explores the proposition that NPM is producing a public sector ......
  • Advancing access to justice for the poor and vulnerable through legal clinics in Ethiopia: constraints and opportunities
    • Núm. 11-1, Enero 2017
    • Mizan Law Review
    • Mizanie Abate - Alebachew Birhanu, Mihret Alemayehu
    • Mizanie Abate: LL.B (Addis Ababa University), LL.M (University of Pretoria), PhD (the University of Alabama), Assistant Professor at Addis Ababa University, School of Law. Email: <mizanie.abate@aau.edu.et> - Alebachew Birhanu: LL.B (Addis Ababa University), LL.M and M.Phil (University of Oslo), Assistant Professor at Bahir Dar University, ...
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    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...
    ...... Abstract . 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 remedies to the indigent and the ......
  • Some Reflections on the Relationship between Citizenship, Access to Justice, and the Reform of Legal Aid
    • Núm. 31-3, Septiembre 2004
    • Journal of Law and Society
    The reflexive, reciprocally constitutive relationship between law and society makes a substantive right of access to justice pivotal to the content of citizenship. It is therefore arguable that the...
    ...... and economic restructuring on social citizenship is explored, both in terms of the experience of recipients of public goods like legal services, and the professionals who supply them. The commensurability of the New Labour Community Legal Service (CLS) model with other models of justice is ......
  • The Contingency Legal Aid Fund: A Third Way to Finance Personal Injury Litigation
    • Núm. 30-1, Marzo 2003
    • Journal of Law and Society
    Northern Ireland missed out on all the major reforms to civil justice which took place in England and Wales during the 1980s and 1990s. However the reform movement is now gathering pace and a Legal...
    ......However the reform movement is now gathering pace and a Legal Services Commission is due to start work in the spring of 2003. This article considers how personal injury claims might be funded. The government wants to ......
  • Regulating Law Firm Ethics Management: An Empirical Assessment of an Innovation in Regulation of the Legal Profession in New South Wales
    • Núm. 37-3, Septiembre 2010
    • Journal of Law and Society
    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...
    ...... profession, requiring that incor- porated legal practices implement ` appropriate management systems' for ensuring the provision of legal services in compliance with profes- sional ethical obligations. This paper presents a preliminary empirical evaluation of the impact of this attempt at ` ......
  • REVIEWS
    • Núm. 9-1, Abril 1946
    • The Modern Law Review
    Book reviewed in this article: The Pure Theory of Law. By William Ebenstein, Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Wisconsin. Legal Aid. By Robert Egerton, m.a., ll.b. Matrimonial...
    ...... the present century has seen in the realm of legal theory probably the most important and certainly the most ... ITALY: THE TREATMENT OF NATIONAL PRIVATE PROPERTY AND SERVICES. By MAURICE K. WISE. (New York : Columbia University Press. ......
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