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Pro bono costs: Podcast with Ruth Daniel, Access to Justice Foundation

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In January 2013, I wrote a short note about pro bono costs – costs recovered from a losing party, where the winning party to the litigation has been represented pro bono (for free). In these cases, the payments do not go to the litigant – by definition, being represented for free they have paid nothing – but to a charity, the Access to Justice Foundation.

In this podcast I talk to Ruth Daniel, CEO of the Foundation and the work it does throughout the country.

Listen to Ruth at http://fdslive.oup.com/www.oup.com/orc/resources/law/els/partington13_14/student/podcasts/Daniel.mp3

For more information about the Foundation go to http://www.accesstojusticefoundation.org.uk/

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Written by lwtmp

February 14, 2013 at 3:49 pm

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