New Law Journal, 16 October 2015
Explores the circumstances in which a solicitor's agent may exercise a right of audience before the court as an exempt person under the Legal Services Act 2007 Sch.3 para.1(7). Discusses the need to assist in the conduct of litigation and to do so under the supervision of a suitably qualified individual, the exclusion from exercising the right to audience in reserved family proceedings, and the requirement that a hearing must be in chambers.
N.L.J. 2015, 165(7672), 17-18
Winston Jacob / 16th Oct 2015
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