The LSC have announced their new chief executive, Matthew Coats currently of the UK Border Agency.
Moving from one agency with its fair share of troubles to another, he has significant work to do to improve relations between the LSC and providers and to halt its administrative collapse of recent months. The next two or three years promise to be amongst the most difficult in the history of legal aid, and strong independent leadership at the LSC will be more important than ever.
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