Edinburgh lawyers dig in to fight for the future of legal aid

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HUGHES Walker solicitor Julia McPartlin took control of an organisation that had been in protest mode for an extended period of time when she succeeded Leanne McQuillan as president of Edinburgh Bar Association (EBA) in June.
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