Policies, disclaimer and copyright
Nearly Legal is written by a team of contributors, who are barristers and solicitors practising in the field of welfare, housing, landlord and tenant and public law. The contributing editor, the original Nearly Legal, is a solicitor at a legal aid franchised firm. Anyone interested in becoming a contributor to Nearly Legal is welcome to contact the editor.
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