The JLD has responded to the Ministry of Justice consultation on Amending the Advocates’ Graduated Fee Scheme which was published in August 2018.
The JLD has responded to the government consultation on proposals for transforming the court and tribunal services.
In December 2017 the Department for Education published a consultation setting out new proposals for two-year accelerated degrees, which it is claimed, could leave students over £25,000 better off.
JLD responds to HMCTS Flexible Operating Hours Pilots prospectus.
In January 2017 the Department of Health sought views on proposal for a mandatory system of fixed recoverable costs for lower value clinical negligence claims in England and Wales.
In January 2017 the Ministry of Justice published a consultation setting out proposals for the reform of the funding scheme which pays advocates to defend clients in the Crown Court.
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) is carrying out a market study into the supply of legal services in England and Wales.
In May 2016 the Department for Business Innovation and Skills published a consultation on non-compete clauses.
The JLD has responded to the consultation as there are clear implications for those considering a career in law.
The Legal Services Board, the independent body responsible for overseeing the regulation of lawyers in England and Wales, released a draft strategic plan for 2015-2018.