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  • We aren't ambulance chasers
    We aren't ambulance chasers
    Grania Langdon-Down talks to clinical negligence practitioners about access to justice after Jackson
  • Life after Jackson
    Life after Jackson
    Mark Smulian surveys the world of legal costs in the wake of the landmark Jackson review
  • A question of ethics
    A question of ethics
    The opening up of the legal services market to alternative models might benefit the consumer, Polly Botsford weighs up the evidence
  • Mislaid or relinquished?
    Mislaid or relinquished?
    Jacqui de Silva considers the legal difficulties encountered by finders of property
  • Professionalism and the public interest
    Professionalism and the public interest
    CILEx Chief Executive Diane Burleigh OBE reflects on lawyers ethics and 'precarious professionalism'
  • Financial services in law firms
    Financial services in law firms
    Almost all law firms carry out financial services for their clients, Tracey Calvert on the regulatory requirements
  • Human rights and alternative healthcare
    Human rights and alternative healthcare
    Are the rights of complementary and alternative healthcare practitioners and their patients being protected? Richard Eaton reports
  • Life after LASPO
    Life after LASPO
    Lord Colin Low on his groundbreaking inquiry into the future of legal aid which recently published its report
  • An enriching experience
    An enriching experience
    Stephen Gowland reflects on the importance of the CILEx branch network

  • CEO made honorary Fellow 
  • Slaughter praises CILEx Grads
  • More graduates choose CILEx
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Justice Secretary approves full practice rights
18 March 2014 Justice Secretary approves full practice rights The decision to allow CILEx members to practice independently in key areas of legal practice has been approved by the Legal Services Board
'It takes too long to train lawyers'
18 March 2014 'It takes too long to train lawyers' "Inevitable consolidation" of the legal services market and the extinction of the hourly rate", predicts Christina Blacklaws, director of policy at Co-operative Legal Services

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