The opportunities for improving access to quality legal services were discussed at a recent Event and Dinner at Lincoln’s Inn, London. The high profile event attended by senior members of the judiciary and bar outlined changes to legal aim and access to barristers.
For too long access to quality legal services has been denied or restricted by traditional practices. Solicitors have acted as the gate-keepers to barristers, with another tier of cost and time added to litigation and legal advice provision. However LEXXER has been exploring options to lift the bar to legal advice and services. In a recent even in Lincoln’s Inn, London senior members of the bar considered and spoke of the challenges and changes facing the legal profession.
LEXXER proposed an alternative model to allow for quicker and more cost effective access to quality legal services. Our legal services and litigation strategy experts hope to see the new model developed in the incoming year, and the London event proved a useful first airing of the idea.