Monday, February 28, 2011

Nice idea...

David Burrows makes an interesting point in a letter to the Guardian today. He suggests that, rather than clogging the courts with litigants in person as a result of legal aid cuts, the government should make the rich pay 'for the luxury of using the courts for long periods of time'. Nice idea, but I can't see it happening.

He also makes a comment about the new Family Procedure Rules, which he says 'are, in many parts, barely understandable and often of doubtful legal principle'...

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