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In 1949, the Legal Aid and Advice Act was granted royal assent with the intention of ensuring that anyone who needed legal advice would be able to access it. In this timely book the authors describe the origins and history of legal aid including recent attempts to reform the system years arguing that legal aid has fallen short of its original aims.
Steve Hynes is Legal Action Groups's (LAG) director. He is a well known commentator in the written and broadcast media on legal aid and access to justice issues. Prior to joining LAG Steve was the director of the Law Centres Federation (LCF) and has worked as manager of a citizens advice bureau in Manchester as well as Rochdale Law Centre(R). Jon Robins is LAG's communications and campaigns director. He is also a freelance journalist and author.