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Interim report on the Legal Support for Litigants in Person grant published

27th January 2022


A new report from the Ministry of Justice provides an interim update on progress made by the Legal Support for Litigants in Person Grant.

In April 2020, the Access to Justice Foundation and Ministry of Justice (MOJ) launched the Legal Support for Litigants in Person (LSLIP) Grant, a 2-year programme funding a range of earlier intervention services for litigants in person. LSLIP is funding 11 grant projects across England and Wales that deliver advice on a national, regional and local scale, to litigants in person at different stages of their problem within several areas of civil and family law. Partnership working and earlier intervention is at the core of all these activities, to achieve improved outcomes for clients.

Read the full article here: GOV.UK

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