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Laura Cooper of the Youth Justice Legal Centre (YJLC) offers her best practice advice for working with children in the criminal justice system, and provides details of upcoming youth court advocacy training delivered by the Law Society and the YJLC.
Ranjit Uppal, director at Switalskis Solicitors and a solicitor within their child care law team, describes his self-developed style and approach to preparing for a contested hearing and cross-examination of a witness.
The Criminal Defence Service (Funding) Order 2007 (SI 2007/1174) came into force for all representations granted on or after 30 April 2007. It has since been amended including by The Criminal Defence Service (Funding) Amendment Order 2010 (SI 2010/679). It gives increased remuneration for solicitors undertaking advocacy in the Crown Court, with other changes for solicitors with higher court rights of audience. More details can be found in Fees for Crown Court advocacy by Anthony Edwards, ...
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