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Barristers out of pocket on CFAs

Barristers’ fees have dropped significantly in conditional fee arrangement (CFA) work even if they are winning the bulk of their cases. The Lawyer has obtained details of a report’s mid-stage findings which claim that barristers are faring badly in terms of fees and control over cases. The findings appear at a time when senior barristers […]

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