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The Legal Services Act (LSA) bores me a bit. That's a slightly embarrassing admission from someone in my line of work, but there it is. Partly, I think it's because Legal Week years ago broke the news of the Clementi review, which led to the LSA, and consequently we were getting excited about it well before most of the profession. Now that it's increasingly on seasoned lawyers' agendas, for journalists - whose long-term attention spans suffer from a daily onslaught of deadlines - it's been hard to get back on point.
The Legal Services Act (LSA) bores me a bit. That’s a slightly embarrassing admission from someone in my line of work, but there it is.
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