- Legal representation in rural areas
- How does the current plot of The Archers match the reality of access to legal services in rural communities?
- To what extent have rural communities been particularly affected by cuts to legal aid?
- How has the legal market changed over the past five years in rural communities?
- What access to justice issues does Helen Titchener's case raise in terms of access to advice and representation, both before and after the stabbing?
Family analysis: The rural setting of The Archers and its current plotline has generated some comment on access to legal services by those living in the countryside. Brian Inkster, managing partner at Inksters—a firm which serves some remote rural areas of Scotland (as well as Glasgow)—considers the issues facing rural communities.
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