The London Criminal Courts Solicitors' Association
Friday, November 16, 2012Author: Lettie Smythers @ 8:45:09 AM
We arrived at Gatwick on a cold, damp October morning – flip-flops packed, and sun cream at the ready. This year’s LCCSA conference was being held in Malaga on the southern coast of Spain, with the weather forecast predicting sunny skies and soaring temperatures. For once, the forecasters got it right.
Friday, November 16, 2012Author: Michael Burdett @ 8:06:30 AM
Michael Burdett continues our occasional series. He was president of the LCCSA in 1993 and received a LAPG lifetime achievement award in 2009. The views expressed in this article are entirely personal.
Friday, November 16, 2012Author: Gwyn Morgan @ 7:41:52 AM
Akhtar Ahmad is the new president of the LCCSA.
Thursday, July 05, 2012Author: @ 11:29:49 AM
Bruce Reid’s column appears regularly on the back page of the London Advocate
Thursday, June 07, 2012Author: Jim Meyer @ 12:01:59 PM
Max Hill QC's recent letter to The Gazette in reply to comments made by solicitors' representatives highlights the schism between the two branches of a single profession.
Tuesday, May 01, 2012Author: Paul Harris @ 5:17:03 PM
To a large extent, Greg has been the life and soul of the LCCSA for many years. He has served on the committee in a number of roles, including vice president and president, and has been the executive officer for the last four years.
Friday, March 02, 2012Author: Gwyn Morgan @ 12:13:02 PM
John Fassenfelt is the chairman of the Magistrates’ Association. Here he answers questions for the LCCSA's "The London Advocate".
Friday, March 02, 2012Author: Bruce Reid @ 11:59:24 AM
Bruce Reid's satirical take on T3!
Friday, March 02, 2012Author: Emma Lipscombe @ 11:51:58 AM
I was on call, as part of the Tower Bridge duty solicitor scheme, on the night of 8 August, 2011. I had been at work all day and went to bed around 11.30pm. Shortly after midnight, the first call came. By the morning, I had been on the phone almost constantly, dealing with a slew of cases. Unbelievably, Bob, from the defence solicitors’ call centre, and I were on first-name terms.
Saturday, January 21, 2012Author: Stephen Akinsanya @ 9:40:06 AM
Stephen Akinsanya explains how some lateral thinking - and an ipad2 - saved the day, time and money in a criminal court.
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