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Law Times reports that the LSUC has approved a sliding cap for referral fees for lawyers. Do you think changes to the rules will bring increased transparency to the referral process?

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 Law Times reports that the LSUC has approved a sliding cap for referral fees for lawyers. Do you think changes to the rules will bring increased transparency to the referral process?

Yes, the new changes will increase public confidence in the profession.
Votes: 6
40%  
No, there is no guarantee this will bring enhanced transparency, as it’s unclear how the new rules will be enforced.
Votes: 9
60%  

Number of Voters   15
Start Voting   2017-05-01 00:00:00
End Voting   2017-06-01 00:00:00

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