Following the summer break, we’ve updated our Resources page to include the new merits test regulations, the latest guidance on family high cost cases and more. Hopefully it is now fully up to date, but as ever we’d be glad to hear of suggestions for additions and improvements in the comments below.
We won’t be making any more amendments to the 2013/14 Handbook Updates page. All these amendments and more are included in the new edition of the Handbook, which will be published later this month (reserve your copy here). As the new edition is published, we’ll update you on arrangements for keeping it up to date.