The new Handbook – coming very soon!

The brand new edition of the LAG Legal Aid Handbook will be published at the beginning of April. Fully revised and updated, this edition features

  • full coverage of the new 2017 crime contract
  • latest changes and updates to the civil scheme
  • discussion of current case law and hot topics in legal aid practice
  • hints, tips and practical advice from how to manage a contract to navigating CCMS
  • specialist chapters on billing, crime, public family law, private family law, housing, mental health, immigration and exceptional funding
  • a dedicated section for advocates
  • guidance on managing legal aid work and tendering for contracts
  • a full round up of the latest policy developments

The Handbook is edited by Vicky Ling and Simon Pugh, and features contributions from a range of subject experts including Anthony Edwards, Steve Hynes, Richard Charlton, Solange Valdez-Symonds and Katie Brown.

You can pre-order your copy now by e-mailing: direct.orders@marston.co.uk or phoning: 01235 465577, or by clicking here.

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2 responses to “The new Handbook – coming very soon!

  1. Hi Simon

    Vicky kindly sent me a copy of the last Handbook for review. Any chance I might get one this time around? Useful for my occasional writing for LAG as well.

    David

    David Burrows Solicitor advocate, trainer and writer 39 rue Raspail, IVRY-SUR-SEINE, 94200 France Tel 07968 799 972; +33 145 218668 @dbfamilylaw

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