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The Legal Services Research Centre (LSRC) is the independent Research Division of the Legal Services Commission (LSC). It was set up in 1996 to inform legal aid policy and the implementation of reform.
2010 LSRC Conference
The 8th LSRC Research Conference was held in Cambrid-
ge between 30 June & 2 July. Click here to find out more...
LSRC Civil and Social Justice Panel Survey
The Civil and Social Justice survey will be conducted on a panel basis from 2010. Read more...
Research on CLACs and CLANs released
The LSRC has released 4 research reports on CLACs and CLANs. Read more...
Piecing it Together
The LSRC releases four reports, which taken together present findings from an in-
depth research and evaluation project on Community Legal Advice Centres & Networks. Download all the reports here...
Civil Justice in England & Wales 2009
The latest of a series of reports presenting findings from the English & Welsh Civil
and Social Justice Survey, conducted between 2006 and 2009. Click here...
Transforming Legal Aid: Access to Criminal Defence Services
A report higlighting recent work undertaken by the LSRC concerning criminal legal aid and the work of criminal defence solicitors...
Presenting key research findings from the LSRC’s multi-
tion of Debt Outreach Advice Pilots in locations such as prisons, family centres and housing oiifces....
Civil Law, Social Problems & Mental Health
Presenting research findings highlighting mental health problems as both a cause and effect of civil law problems....
Criminal Offending, Social & Financial Exclusion, and Civil Legal Aid
Presenting research findings highlighting links between offending, social and financial exclusion and civil legal aid ....
2010 Legal Services Research Centre, 4 Abbey Orchard Street, London, SW1P 2BS (updated 29/06/2010)