Appendix A: Respondents to Discussion Papers and other participants
Respondents to Discussion Papers and other named participants
ADR Group (IDR (Europe) Ltd.)
Advocacy Training Council
AGCAS Legal Profession Task Group
Association of Law Teachers (ALT)
Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL)
Bar Association for Commerce, Finance and Industry (BACFI)
Bar Standards Board
Black Solicitors Network (BSN)
British And Irish Association Of Law Librarians Working Party On Legal Information Literacy (BAILL)
Central Law Training Ltd. (CLT)
Chancery Bar Association
Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment
Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEx)
CILEx Law School (previously ILEx Tutorial College)
City of London Law Society (CLLS)
City Law School
Civil Mediation Council (CMC)
Central Law Training Ltd. (CLT)
Commerce and Industry Group of the Law Society
Commercial Bar Association (COMBAR)
Committee of Heads of University Law Schools (CHULS)
Costs Lawyer Standards Board (CLSB)
Council for Licensed Conveyancers (CLC)
Council of the Inns of Court (COIC)
Dundee Law School, University of Dundee
Eastgate Coaching (David Steward Ltd.)
The Master of the Faculties
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP
Government Legal Service
Jenny Hamilton (University of London International Law Programme)
Herbert Smith LLP
ILEX Professional Standards Ltd. (IPS)
Institute of Paralegals
Institute of Professional Willwriters
Intellectual Property Regulation Board (IPReg) and members of the Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys (CIPA) and the Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys (ITMA)
Junior Lawyers Division of the Law Society (JLD)
Kaplan Law School Ltd.
Kent Law School
Law Society of England and Wales
Law Society of Scotland
Legal Aid Practitioners Group
Legal Education and Training Group
Legal Services Consumer Panel
National Association of Licensed Paralegals
National Pro Bono Centre
Office of the Legal Services Commissioner, New South Wales
Sherwood PSF Consulting Ltd.
Skills for Justice
Society of Visually Impaired Lawyers
Society of Legal Scholars (SLS)
Society of Will Writers
Solicitors in Local Government
Statute Law Society
Technology and Construction Bar Association (TECBAR)
University College London (UCL)
University of Huddersfield
University of Law (previously the College of Law)
Derek Wood QC
Women Lawyers Division (previously Association of Women Solicitors (AWS))
Wragge & Co LLP
Young Barristers Committee
Young Legal Aid Lawyers (YLAL)
Anonymous participants in LETR discussions, surveys, focus groups and interviews
Academics, students and practitioners in London and in the south-east and south-west, midlands, east, north, north-east and north-west of England, and in north and south Wales.
Anonymous respondents to discussion papers and anonymous respondents to the LETR website.
Members of the LETR Young Lawyers Forum.
Participants in the LETR online survey, the careers advisors’ survey and the will writers’ survey
Participants in the LETR Thought Leaders meetings.
Participants in the National Law Students’ Forum.
Participants in the NLS Debate.
Barrister members of diversity and social mobility groups who participated in a discussion with the research team at the invitation of the Bar Council’s Equality and Diversity Committee.
We would also like to thank those people and organisations who assisted us with venues, hospitality, information and with finding participants in these exercises. We also thank Natasha Croome (University College Medical School), Danielle Davy and Esther Okeowo (Brunel Department of Psychology) who assisted with initial data analysis.