THE BILLING OF CRIMINAL WORK IN THE HIGHER COURTS

 

 

 

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Colin spent 4 DAYS researching the relevant material in relation to the Billing of Criminal Legal Aid Work in the following Courts:

1 – The Court of Appeal (Criminal Division) – Appeals against sentence or appeals against conviction or appeals against both – Billing from the perspective of both Litigator and Advocate

2 – The Divisional Court of the Queen’s Bench (High Court) – We have to call it The Administrative Court – Case-stated and Judicial Review – Billing from the perspective of both Litigator and Advocate

3 – The Supreme Court – Billing from the perspective of both Litigator and Advocate

4 - The client who wants to pay privately! – Getting your advice wrong in this area could prove very costly!

 

 

Includes: AN EXCELLENT SET OF NOTES RUNNING TO 672 PAGES!

Colin will provide you with the relevant documents – e.g. the weird and wonderful world of the Civil Remuneration Regulations (Judicial Review) – there will also be all the relevant Statutory Instruments – believe me, this stuff is not easy to find and, once found, is not easy to fathom.