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UK legal aid cuts result in unequal access to justice

by billysexton July 20, 2013 Legal Aid
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Solicitors across the UK are expressing concerns surrounding legal aid cuts, which have been introduced by justice secretary, Chris Grayling. Grayling’s original measures included reducing the number of firms that provide legal aid from 1600 to 400 and not allowing defendants to choose their lawyer. The latter measure in particular received widespread criticism, despite the […]

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Solicitors Comment: Avoiding Discrimination in the Recruitment Process

by GordonDean February 21, 2013 Employment Law

Discrimination. Equal Opportunities. Rights. Words we hear often in the world of HR, but what is the legal stance on these issues? At Gordon Dean Solicitors Great Yarmouth we think that often, it may seem that it has gone too far, but generally these are simply myths, the law is quite clear on the issue […]

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