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  • Giving is not just for Christmas...
    Giving is not just for Christmas...
    Caroline Hurst, a CILEx Fellow, urges the judiciary to clarify outstanding issues about its rulings in relation to deprivation of liberty safeguards
  • A tax on justice
    A tax on justice
    Steve Hynes, director of Legal Action Group, discusses the threat to access to justice raised by the government's decision to increase court fees
  • Equal access to justice for women
    Equal access to justice for women
    Emma Scott, director of Rights of Women, looks back on the group's 40-year campaign for women's equal access to the law
  • Costs budgeting: snakes and ladders
    Costs budgeting: snakes and ladders
    Sue Nash, chair of the Association of Costs Lawyers (ACL), examines what happens after the costs case management conference...
  • A cultural revolution in family justice?
    A cultural revolution in family justice?
    Grania Langdon-Down describes how practitioners are coping with the upheaval and change taking place in the family justice system
  • The LASPO effect
    The LASPO effect
    In the sixth of a series of articles in the run up to the general election, Richard Doughty, looks at what CILEx would like the 2015-2020 government to do in respect of civil legal aid...
  • The legal environment in Cyprus
    The legal environment in Cyprus
    This occasional series will feature profiles of the various countries that have links with CILEx's International Programme. Alexandra Elliott, director of the Private Institute of Law in Cyprus, writes...
  • Steps to better client data protection
    Steps to better client data protection
    How well do you or your company measure up when it comes to dealing with client's personal and often very sensitive information? Richard Syers, talks through the steps you need to take....
  • English votes for English laws
    English votes for English laws
    Neil Parpworth discusses the ways in which the main Westminster parties propose to resolve the West Lothian question

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