Letter to Alison Aedy

Re: Westminster Case Management Project I am pleased to inform you of a new initiative being launched on 7th January 2019 as set out in the attached letter. Many of us complain about the difficulties that we have when directions are not complied with in respect of summary trials. It is often hard to get [...]

Happy New Year to all The Winter break has allowed some time for reflection on progress made over the last 12 months for those working within the Criminal Justice System. 2018 was the year when we set about auditing the broken justice system, which was vital to enable the repairs to start.  The Secret Barrister made [...]

Present from committee: Mark Troman (MT) Steve Bird (SB) Jon Black (JB) Hesham Puri (HP) Rakesh Bhasin (RB) Rose Commander (RC) Kerry Hudson (KH) Peter Csemiczky (PC), Diana Payne (DP) Malcom Duxbury (MD) Claire Anderson (CA) Numerous members attended and all proposed new committee members were present. Apologies: Greg Powell, Charmaine Japaul and Theresa Hendrickx [...]



The LCCSA celebrates seventy years of representing the interests of solicitors practising criminal law in the Greater London area.

The LCCSA welcomes the announcement today from HMCTS that the pilot projects for “flexible operating hours” (FOH) have been dropped, at least so far as criminal courts are concerned. The proposals were originally announced in March 2017, and included proposals both for early starts and late finishes in certain courts, to include (in the proposed [...]

LCCSA Response to the AGFS Consultation (October 2018) (002)

The LCCSA was born in 1948 WE ARE CELEBRATING OUR 70 YEARS ON 16TH NOVEMBER 2018 AT THE CRYPT                        ] Our celebratory brochure is in production. We hope you would like to purchase space in the Brochure at the rate of £100 per half [...]

CALA Conference 2018 Flyer

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