Category Archives: Low Commission

Legal education and health at the Conservative Conference

Date: 4th October 2016 Categories:

Dominic Grieve, the former Attorney General, called for a national Public Legal Education Program at a fringe meeting last night at the Conservative party conference.   Grieve was speaking at a meeting on the theme “Your Legal Health”, which was …

Winding down,not giving up

Date: 15th April 2016 Categories:

  The Low Commission was established by LAG in 2013 with the aim to prepare a report and recommendations on Social Welfare Law in the aftermath of the LASPO Act and the cuts to advice services.  At the time I worked for …

Civil legal aid after polling day

  Legal aid and access to justice has not featured much in the general election campaign. The party manifestos include only scant references to it, but LAG argues the next government should not ignore the problems caused by the budget cuts …

Critical report offers few solutions

Another damming report on the government’s legal aid changes was published yesterday (12th March). Unfortunately, while the House of Commons Justice Committee report eloquently describes the problems caused by the cuts to legal aid and advice services it is rather …

Follow-up Low Commission report launched

      The Low Commission launched its follow-up report, Getting it right or getting it wrong, at an event in the House of Commons yesterday.   Speakers from the three main political parties spoke in support of the Commission’s …

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