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Litigants in Person in Private Family Law Cases
This study was designed to develop the evidence base on litigants in person in private family law cases, including their behavioural drivers, experiences and support needs, and impact on the courtExpand
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The Passive Arbiter: Litigants in Person and the Challenge To Neutrality
This article examines the challenges posed to judgecraft by litigants in person. It draws on significant empirical evidence from a study conducted by the author in England and Wales demonstrating theExpand
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What Clients Know: Client perspectives and legal competence
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Litigants in person: Unrepresented litigants in first instance proceedings
This study seeks to define the different ways in which unrepresented litigants manifest themselves within proceedings, and explore the difficulties posed to unrepresented litigants, court staff,Expand
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Evaluation of welfare rights advice in primary care: the general practice perspective.
Income maximisation may reduce enduring poverty-related health inequalities. Specialist welfare rights advice in primary care has been proposed and, in some areas, implemented, but evaluation dataExpand
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A trouble shared: legal problems clusters in solicitors' and advice agencies
The study examines whether and how clients of 12 solicitor firms and advice agencies present with multiple problems (clusters) and how these problems are dealt with. A mixture of solicitors, CitizensExpand
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Lawyer Specialization - Managing the Professional Paradox
This article explores a series of paradoxes exposed by specialization within the legal profession. It will argue that while the existing literature rightly identifies specialization as posingExpand
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Welfare rights advice in primary care: prevalence, processes and specialist provision.
BACKGROUND Despite persistent poverty-related health inequalities, few sustained responses have been developed in primary care. Welfare rights provision has been proposed as one potential pathway toExpand
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