The European Court of Human Rights has held that the following circumstances did not amount to forced or compulsory labour for the purposes of Article 41: a requirement that a trainee advocate provide free legal aid services in order to qualify2; a requirement that a barrister take on a legally aided case, for which he was paid a quarter of the rate for the same work done privately3; circumstances where lawyers were remunerated for working on legally aided cases but at lesser rates or under less favourable conditions4; an obligation that psychiatric examinations should be conducted without remuneration5; a
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