Below are links to the the response by the Association of Prison Lawyers (“APL”) to the Ministry of Justice consultation paper, “Transforming legal aid: delivering a more credible and efficient system”(“the consultation document”).
- APL Legal Aid Consultation Response.Final.03.6.13.pdf
- APL Response.Annex A.Case Studies.pdf
- APL press release.consultation response.final.3.6.13
- APL eBook of Case Studies *NEW*
- APL-Legal-Aid-Consultation-Response-Summary *NEW*
Links to some of the other excellent responses:
The Howard League Summary of Key Responses: Here *NEW*
Dr Nick Armstrong, Matrix Chambers: COSTING THE TRANSFORMING LEGAL AID PROPOSALS *NEW*
Garden Court North: Save UK Justice – round-up of GCN action
Prisoners Advice Service (PAS): PAS MOJ ‘Transforming Legal Aid’ consultation.pdf
The Howard League for Penal Reform: The Howard League response to Transforming Legal Aid
The Howard League: Summary of key responses to Transforming Legal Aid 10 June 2013
Alison Giraud-Saunders, Consultant, Foundation for People with Learning Disabilities: Response-to-Transforming-Legal-Aid-Alison-Giraud-Saunders.pdf
The Bar Council: Response Here.
Matrix Chambers: Matrix publishes response to Legal Aid Consultation
The Parole Board: Parole-Board-Response-to-Transforming-Legal-Aid-Consultation-4.6.13.pdf
Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law: Response to Legal Aid Reforms Response Here
HM Inspectorate of Prisons: Response Here
Young Legal Aid Lawyers: Response Here.