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Barristers are now allowed to provide their services directly to the public, in appropriate cases.

This means that in some instances a solicitor does not need to be instructed, before you may see a barrister, and thus substantial savings may be made in conducting a legal case this way.

Please speak to the clerks for further details on how DPA could work for you and which members can be instructed.

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