Legal Aid Crime Contract 2022 Tender – All You Need To Know Webinar
Are you applying for a 2022 Legal Aid Crime contract? This free webinar held on 8 November 2021 will equip you with the information needed to make a successful application, and will include:
- Top tips and mistakes to avoid
- Structure of the tender
- How to complete the tender documentation, including duty solicitor forms
- Key changes to the General Criminal Contract
- Learn about the tender process
- What are the most important requirements you will need to meet in order to tender for a contract
- Learn how to comply with these requirements and avoid pitfalls when making your application
The recording of the webinar can be viewed HERE.
The accompanying slides can be viewed HERE.
We have published a free walkthrough guide to the 2022 Crime Legal Aid Tender which can be downloaded below:
David founded DG Legal in 2000. It is the largest provider of strategic and compliance services operating in the legal sector only in England & Wales.
David has worked with several government departments & international charities in addition to providing advice and assistance to hundreds of law firms and other legal organisations over the past 25 years. He delivers specialist consultancy and training on a wide range of topics including business management & strategy, tendering, compliance and quality assurance.
David has designed various software products to assist practitioners including Email Checker, Compliance Caddy and Recorded Delivery. In 2016 David was appointed as a Commissioner advising Lord Bach on policy relating to Justice and Legal Aid.
Richard Miller qualified as a solicitor in 1992 and worked for 8 years in a small high street legal aid firm in Kent. In 2000, he became the first full time director of the Legal Aid Practitioners Group, where he was responsible for preparing the Group’s policy responses to a whole host of Government consultations on changes to the legal aid system. In August 2007, he became Head of Legal Aid at the Law Society. In 2016 he became Head of Justice. He is leading the Society’s work on the Criminal Legal Aid Review, the workstreams arising from the LASPO review, and engagement with the HMCTS court reform programme as well as overseeing work on civil justice, pro bono, advocacy and judicial diversity.