Halsbury's Laws of England Fifth Edition Volume 65 2015 Legal Aid: Legal Professions Part 1
The Halsbury's Laws Legal Aid title has been fully revised in light of legal aid reform and the establishment of the Legal Aid Agency and the Director of Legal Aid Casework.
The Halsbury's Laws Legal Aid title has been fully revised in light of legal aid reform and the establishment of the Legal Aid Agency and the Director of Legal Aid Casework. The criminal legal aid and civil legal aid systems, and the legal services available, are fully explored.
The Legal Professions title deals with the regulation of the provision of legal services and activities under the Legal Services Act 2007. The roles of the Legal Services Board and the Office for Legal Complaints are fully explored, as is the regulation of solicitors, barristers, licenced conveyancers, notaries, legal executives and alternative business structures (ABSs).
The Legal Professions title is available in two parts. Volumes 65 and 66 comprise the title in full.
The law is stated as at 1 December 2014, although subsequent changes have been included wherever possible.
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