Just in case, just might work

14 Aug 2017

If the last Cameron government was marred by drastic cuts to legal aid with no plan to provide alternative access to justice, Theresa May’s could turn out to be the one that comes up with the outline of a solution.

There are questions still. About how the £1bn ear-marked for improvements to the courts service will actually be used. A large chunk of it will go towards the online court project. And court closures are continuing apace. But the solicitor general’s public legal education initiative (PLE) could be a turning point in the debate about access to justice. What’s more, lawyers could benefit too.

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