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Civil Litigation Section

McKenzie friends: one step too far?

Changes in funding and the abolition of legal aid are causing well-publicised problems in relation to representation – or the lack of it – in court. Coupled with the significant increase in litigants in person (LiPs), they are dramatically slowing down the courts system. Kerry Underwood explains why he is so concerned about the rise of non-traditional representation arrangements.


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