Monthly Archives: July 2013

Question and Answer: ‘Transforming Legal Aid’

Originally posted on Thoughts on the Criminal Justice System:
As Parliament is off on its summer holiday (lucky for some), I thought the time was appropriate to reflect on what some of you think about the Government’s proposed legal aid…

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The Tyrancide Brief: The Human Rights Story

Geoffrey Robertson QC tells the story of John Cooke who was handed the ‘Tyrancide Brief’ under the Cab Rank Rule, where Lawyers take first Case that comes along, (that has merit and is arguable) that made both Legal and Political … Continue reading

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