- Tuesday, 26 January 2016
Judges should be able to opt out of assessing advocates under the Quality Assurance Scheme for Advocates if they believe it would be unfair, the Solicitors Regulation Authority has said. Despite a Supreme Court ruling in its favour last year, QASA is still to get off the ground.
Tags: advocacy, Judicial Advisory Group, QASA, Quality Assurance Scheme for Advocates, Solicitors Regulation Authority
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