More from the LAPG: The Legal Aid Practitioners Group today accused the Ministry of Justice of

Family Fees in October 

LAPG comment on the family paper issued by the LSC on Friday: Director Richard Miller said, “The revised family proposals show clear signs of the LSC having listened to the profession’s concerns. The willingness to defer introduction of the private law proposals for work after the issue of proceedings, in order to have further discussions […]


Hotel room blogging this morning ahead of a day dealing with an Internal Review and a VHCC application. The latter seems to be warming up as an issue if yesterday evenings out of hours calls are a good indicator. Everyone we have spoken to has, once again, found this to be a pretty impenetrable process […]