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Introduction of the SEBI (settlement proceedings) regulations, 2018

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In brief: LAPG takes on executive administrator

The Legal Aid Practitioners Group has appointed Anthea Batty as its new executive administrator. Batty, who has extensive experience of executive administration in the public and professional sectors, will be leaving the Society of Local Authority Chief Executives where she was executive officer. Batty will replace Hazel Davies who is leaving the LAPG after 11 […]

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