n Without Prejudice - Fighting a good fight : the law

Volume 16, Issue 2
  • ISSN : 1681-178X



Last year in the UK, lawyers came under scrutiny from government. The line, simplistically, was that Legal Aid lawyers were too expensive and too inefficient. Politics, of course, thrives on such simplistic arguments. While there may be some kind of truth in some such statements, the arguments are too easy to promulgate and will often shape public opinion before more considered and accurate voices are heard; if they are heard at all.

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