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The half-baked doughnuts saga

The real questions for discussion over the Access to Justice Committee's SLAB plan?

Opening up justice

Committee's ambitious plans deserve support

Where now for Lord Gill?

The civil courts review proposals must be pushed forward despite the public spending constraints

Fighting their corner

Is the Faculty of Advocates missing the point in its response to the Thomson review?

Rule of law wins in the end

Public interest trumps government relations in Mohamed case

Digging the heels in

Is the Faculty's response to Gill just a predictable rearguard action?

Flavour of the month

Everyone seems to be talking pro bono, and we should welcome that

Gill: time for action

Lord Gill consulted extensively on his civil courts review and we should press ahead with his recommendations

Squaring the circle

Civil courts review is bold attempt to bring improvements

Legal aid - at a price

Extended civil eligibility is no giveaway

Choosing the ground

Any review of solicitor advocates and rights of audience has to be seen to be impartial

The price of extended rights

Solicitor advocates right to support call for review