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 ...



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