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Marian Riley-Poku

Marian Riley-Poku

Marian Riley-Poku is a barrister and a senior lecturer on the Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC) at City Law School. She also co-ordinates the company law option and set up the Company Insolvency Pro Bono Scheme in 2015.

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An insolvency lifeline

As court fee increases and legal aid cuts continue to bite, Marian Riley-Poku assesses a High Court pro bono scheme set up to assist litigants-in-person facing corporate insolvency in the winding up court

The cuts to legal aid and the corresponding rise in the number of litigants-in-person (LiPs) since the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012 came into force are well documented. 

25 April 2016
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