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Why pro bono work?

In the current climate, it is more important than ever to engage in pro bono work, but a planned and coordinated approach will make this even more effective, writes Ann Ntephe

Burgeoning justice

Despite a shaky start to his political career, shadow justice secretary Richard Burgon MP aims to return legal aid to the fourth pillar of the welfare state and protect lawyers from becoming scapegoats for the government, writes John van der Luit-Drummond

Gradual PACE of change

Claire Hegarty and Irene McMillan consider developments in case law and legislation relating to police powers, including the contentious question of the use of pre-charge bail

An embarrassing episode

The Legal Aid Agency has finally agreed to reconsider the so-called ‘embarrassment clause’ in the 2017 criminal work contract, but will it take on board stakeholders’ concerns, asks Gemma Blythe

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