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The Criminal Courts Solicitors’ Association (CLSA) and the London Criminal Courts Solicitors’ Association (LCCSA) currently engaged in challenging by way of judicial review the Ministry of Justices’ (MOJ) decision to plough on with the legal aid crime duty tender process. The Law Society is also proposing a similar but separate action.

If you haven’t already you can donate to support the action.

http://www.criminallawyersunited.com/donate-to-the-campaign-fund/

You can read the tweets from Day One and Day Two.

Day three begins Monday 19th January 2015.

legal aid cuts - new judicial review

The Criminal Courts Solicitors’ Association (CLSA) and the London Criminal Courts Solicitors’ Association (LCCSA) currently engaged in challenging by way of judicial review the Ministry of Justices’ (MOJ) decision to plough on with the legal aid crime duty tender process. The Law Society is also proposing a similar but separate action.

If you haven’t already you can donate to support the action.

http://www.criminallawyersunited.com/donate-to-the-campaign-fund/

You can read the tweets from Day One and Day Two.

Day three begins Monday 19th January 2015.

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