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LAG report: Justice in freefall
Lucy Logan Green and James Sandbach report on the dire consequences of the civil legal aid cuts for access to justice and associated knock-on costs in other public services, and provide six recommendations to government to halt the crisis.
'Post-Brexit vote, the government must guarantee rights of residence to EU citizens already living in the UK'
What now? This seems to be the question on everyone's lips. In answer, LAG has some immediate legal priorities and concerns about the future in the aftermath of the vote to leave the EU.
Campaigning for legal aid in Australia
In May this year (2016), LAG’s director, Steve Hynes, was invited by the Law Council of Australia and the Cranlana Programme to speak at events to mark Australia’s National Law Week.
Graphs showing the cuts to civil legal aid
Two graphs illustrating the dramatic decline in civil legal aid cases over the last five years.
Healthy Legal Advice- Findings from an opinion poll of GPs
Healthy Legal Advice - Findings from an opinion poll of GPs
Legal Aid Campaign
LAG, in conjunction with the the Law Society and LAPG have launched a campaign to promote awareness of the areas of law legal aid is still available in.
Legal Aid at 65
To coincide with the 65th anniversary of the modern legal aid system on the 30 July 2014 LAG is publishing the results of opinion polling research which shows a lack of public support for the governments cuts to legal aid.
Legal Aid Secret Service
Read the newly updated report: Civil legal aid - the secret legal service2