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We are pleased to announce that Access Law have passed their Specialist Quality Mark audit in June 2017. This means we can continue offering legally aided advice for the next three years. The auditor was very impressed with the systems in place and, in particular, the organisation of the files. This means that files can…

Pro bono? Restrictive Legal Aid Agency rules means we have no choice but to act for free sometimes, says Wendy Hewstone Legal Aid lawyers are used to reading unflattering or inaccurate reports about themselves in the press, but there were three stories this week that particularly resonated with me. First, there was the story of…

Wendy Hewstone published an article in Law Plain and Simple entitled “Breaking the Myth that Legal Aid Has Been Abolished” describing when Legal Aid is available. “There is a misunderstanding that Legal Aid has been cancelled  since April 2013… For family cases, Legal Aid is still available either for a specific type of case or…

Domestic Violence Re-visited

Wendy Hewstone published an article in LegalVoice entitled “Domestic Violence Re-visited” describing some of the difficulties encountered by victims in obtaining legal representation.

“The latest trick of the Legal Aid Agency is to pull the certificate before the final hearing as the domestic abuse is then more than two years old”

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