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Law Society set to launch high court legal challenge over cuts to criminal defence fees | Early advice campaign launch | HPCDS tender news

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30 November 2017
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Law Society set to launch high court legal challenge over cuts to criminal defence fees
Concerns over the sustainability of the fragile criminal legal aid sector in England and Wales have forced the Law Society to prepare to launch a High Court challenge against cuts to criminal defence fees.

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Law Society launches early advice campaign
This week, the Law Society launched a campaign calling for legal aid to be reintroduced for early advice. So far, the campaign has received coverage in The Guardian, Buzzfeed, Radio 4 Today, and regional BBC outlets.

The shadow lord chancellor, Richard Burgon MP, has expressed his support for the campaign. More information on how you can get involved will be available over the coming weeks.
Research from Ipsos MORI, commissioned by the Law Society, highlights the benefits of early advice. You can tweet about the campaign using the #earlyadvice hashtag.

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Housing Possession Court Duty Scheme tender news
The Legal Aid Agency (LAA) have announced that invitations to tender for HPCDS contracts in the Southwark and Islington scheme areas have been cancelled.

This is due to the closure of Lambeth County Court in December and the transfer of the housing possession lists to Clerkenwell and Shoreditch County Court. The LAA will make an announcement on future arrangements for these schemes.
The LAA have amended the HPCDS tender FAQ document as of 27 November and have updated several scheme area guides as of 29 November. The deadline for submitting an HPCDS tender remains at 17:00 on Monday 4 December.

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Extension notices for civil and family legal aid contracts
The LAA have sent notices to providers holding civil legal aid contracts to ensure coverage until the new contracts are in place in August 2018.

Depending on your contract type, you may be required to formally accept the extensions or variation to your contract.

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Flexible Operating Hours Prospectus - Law Society response
The Law Society has responded to HM Courts & Tribunal Service Prospectus seeking views on its flexible operating hours pilots.

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