All the Law You Should Know by Jeremy Farley
By Jeremy Farley
A entire evaluation of crucial facets of the legislations, meant for the layperson. Now revised and up to date to incorporate the hot criminal prone invoice.
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It also hears appeals against decisions made by the Court of First Instance. The European Court of Human Rights The European Court of Human Rights deals with cases in which a person thinks that their human rights have been contravened and for which there is no legal remedy within the national legal system. 2 The Legal Profession In the English Legal System, there are two types of lawyers, Barristers and Solicitors. The Law Society oversees the activities of solicitors as well as the legal profession as a whole.
Funding has always been a problem for law centres and many are reliant on grants. As a result many have closed. Those which have remained open will deal with the needs of the community they serve, undertaking work such as housing, planning, the environment, employment, immigration and consumer matters. The list is not exhaustive. The Criminal Defence Service Under s 12 of the Access to Justice act 1999, The Legal services Commission established a Legal Defence Service. This service is aimed at ‘securing that individuals involved in criminal investigations or proceedings have access to such advice, assistance or representation as the interests of justice require’.
Complaints against solicitors A client can sue a solicitor for negligence in and out of court work. One case where this happened was Griffiths v Dawson (1993) where solicitors for the plaintiff failed to make a correct application in divorce proceedings against her husband. As a result of this the plaintiff lost financially and the solicitors were ordered to pay £21,000 compensation. Office for the Supervision of Solicitors The Office for the Supervision of Solicitors was set up in 1996 to deal with complaints against solicitors.