Largest ever legal aid inquiry calls for independent fee review
21st October 2021
An independent legal aid fee review panel, publicly funded training grants and developing robust mechanisms to measure legal need to inform the commissioning of services are just a few of the detailed recommendations made by a cross-party group of MPs following what is believed to be the biggest legal aid inquiry ever conducted.
A year after holding the first of six evidence sessions with frontline practitioners, the Westminster Commission on Legal Aid has today published its findings and recommendations in a 95-page report.
Read the full article here: Law Gazette
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