Cuts to Legal Aid and Access to Justice: The View from Family Courts

Image via Shutterstock By Dr. Konstantinos Kalliris, School of Law, University of Essex Legal aid, as we know it today, is a relatively recent institutional development, but the concept is old. From the Court of Requests in Tudor and early Stuart times to the pro bono advice offered by the Poor Man’s Lawyers Movement, the … Continue reading Cuts to Legal Aid and Access to Justice: The View from Family Courts