Judicial Review: proposals for further reform

On Friday 6 September 2013 the MoJ opened its consultation seeking views on proposals in a number of key areas.Judicial Review: proposals for further reform

12 Sep 2013


Date for next DDPO meeting

Topic: Using the law to tackle Disability Hate Crime
Speakers: Sarah Ricca – lawyer from Deighton Pierce Glynn, Dale Simon – Head of public accountability and inclusion at the Crown Prosecution Service and Ruth Bashall – disability hate crime campaigner
When:Tuesday 10 September from 5.30 for 6pm – 8pm

Venue: SCOPE, 6 Market Road, London N7 9PW

15 Aug 2013


Judicial Review Journal special free edition online

Hart Publishing have decided to make the special issue of the journal freely available online – the issue deals with responses to the government’s lgeal aid reforms…

14 Aug 2013


The exceptional funding regime is not working

The Public Law Project looks at the latest statistics on exceptional funding from the Legal Aid Agency, which show that the scheme is not fit for purpose and does not provide a safeguard for access to justice.…

15 Jun 2013


Government’s legal aid proposals unlawful, says legal expert

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5 Jun 2013