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Cutting Corners: The Procedural Illegality of Legal Aid Cuts

October 30, 2014

In this blog post Daniel Cashman of the Oxford Human Rights hub outlines the case of  R (London Criminal Courts Solicitors Association & another) v Lord Chancellor [2014] EWHC 3020 (Admin), in which the High Court ruled that the consultation process adopted by the Government in reducing the number of criminal legal aid contracts was so unfair that it was unlawful.

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