Fusion

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What are the disadvantages of fusion?
Advocacy skills would be loss, loss of the independent bar, loss of second expert opinion,
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What are the advantages of fusion?
Cost would be reduced, less duplication, greater specialisation, increased efficiency
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What does the Courts and Legal Services Act 1990 and the Access to Justice Act 1999 state?
That solicitors can take a case from start to finish, although the training focuses on giving barristers advocacy in the BPTC and the LPC less on advocacy meaning advocacy skills would be lost in fusion
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What is direct access?
Allows barristers to take a case from start to finish on their own
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What is public access?
Allowing people to go directly to a barrister without a solicitor first
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Who deals with the complaints?
The office for legal complaints
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What does the legal services act 2007 enable?
Enables solicitors and barristers to work together on the same legal business
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