The Prisoners’ Advice Service is delighted to announce that it has been awarded a five-year funding grant by the Big Lottery Fund under its Reaching Communities
PAS had taken on a client in a Category A prison, F, who was refused visits from his nephew, G, on the grounds that the nephew himself was an ex-prisoner …
PAS’s Women Prisoners’ Caseworker, Camilla Pandolfini, has acted for two women prisoners in a Judicial Review case
PAS recently won an Ombudsman’s judgement on behalf of a prisoner at HMP Wakefield
PAS has recently been granted permission to pursue to Judicial Review a case around deductions to prisoners’ earnings
In a blog on The Lawyer website, writer David Allen Green has made positive reference to the article written by PAS’s Managing Solicitor Matthew Evans
Matthew Evans, the Managing Solicitor at PAS, has written a paper for the Progressing Prisoners Maintaining Innocence network, concerning the issues faced
Last night, PAS was named the 2011 Legal Aid Lawyer of the Year Best Not-for-Profit Firm.
A piece about the PAS debate on prisoners’ rights on the 3rd May has been published in the Guardian.
The piece was penned by Jon Robins.
Following the successful first Prisoners’ Advice Service debate on prisoners’ rights, PAS has been the subject of a profile in the Guardian newspaper.
Solicitors’ Journal publishes article on PAS’s 20th Anniversary
The Solicitors’ Journal has published this article, written by PAS’s Managing Solicitor Matthew Evans, to celebrate twenty years of legal advice and representation.
The case concerns a vulnerable disabled prisoner (who cannot be named, for legal reasons) at HMP Lewes.