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The Ministry of Justice is conducting a review of the legal services statutory framework, to consider what could be done to simplify the regulatory framework and reduce unnecessary burdens on the legal sector while ensuring there is still appropriate oversight.
The MoJ are issuing a ‘call for evidence’ from stakeholders. The Red Tape Challenge has more information: "The evidence provided will be analysed to identify potential ways in which the framework might be simplified. MoJ are interested in hearing legal service providers’ concerns with, and ideas for reducing, regulatory burdens and simplifying the legal services regulatory framework. We would be interested in ideas covering the overall legislative framework, and any specific provisions or aspects within it."
Responses should be sent to the Legal Services Review, or via post to Legal Services Review, post point 4.41, Ministry of Justice, 102 Petty France, London SW1H 9AH.
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