Co-op prepares to access 'every court in the land' with new bar panel
Co-operative Legal Services (CLS), the largest company to be granted an ABS licence, has created a roster of barristers chambers that it will use for family work after launching a fixed-fee service last month (20 September 2012).
CLS has awarded contracts to five sets across the country that have agreed fixed-fee deals with the company.
Manchester-headquartered St John’s Buildings and Nottingham-based St Mary’s Chambers have been instructed in the north, while 3 Paper Buildings has picked up the remit for Bristol and London alongside 4 Paper Buildings and 14 Gray’s Inn in London.
Read our interview with CLS's Christina Blacklaws in Briefing on agility and business management
Read the rest of this article at The Lawyer