Has the Tesco law worked?

Part two of our podcast on the Legal Services Act 2007 asks whether the so-called Tesco law succeeded in its aim of revolutionising the profession. Featuring Jonathan Ames talking to Lord Falconer of Thoroton, who was secretary of state for constitutional affairs at the time, Sheila Kumar, who was part of the Clementi review that was the origin of the act, and Andrew Holroyd, who was president of the Law Society in 2007-2008.

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