Two barristers have been granted leave to seek judicial review in relation to plans to include their details on Northern Ireland's top 100 legal aid earners list, arguing it breaches their privacy and could put them at risk. They were granted judicial review after the Legal Services Agency conceded an arguable case had been established.
Belfast Telegraph, 17 May 2017 (Online edition)
Subject: Legal advice and funding, Human Rights, Legal Profession
Keywords: Barristers' fees; Income; Legal aid; Northern Ireland; Privacy; Publication