Reminder: New Legal Aid Online Terms & Conditions being released on 24 November


Thursday, Nov 17, 2016

The new terms and conditions (Ts&Cs) for Legal Aid Online will be implemented on 24 November 2016.

As explained in our earlier update you must log in and accept these within 90 days to continue to use the system, or allow an administrator to send work on your behalf.

What you need to do

The next time you log into Legal Aid Online (from 24 November) you will be presented with the new Ts&Cs and asked to read them.  To continue into the system you just need to select the field confirming that you have read and accept the Ts&Cs. 

You can log in at any time within the 90 days and sign up to the new Ts&Cs.

What if I don’t log in and accept the new Ts&Cs

If you have not logged in and accepted the new Ts&Cs within 90 days from 24 November your account will be locked until you do so. The effect of your account being locked will mean that no one will be able to submit anything to SLAB on your behalf.

By logging into the system at any time after the initial 90 days you will be given the Ts&Cs to accept, which you must do to complete the log-in process.

Once completed your account will be unlocked. If you do not currently have a login for Legal Aid Online you should arrange for this through your Firm’s administrator.

Ts&Cs Availability

The new version of the Ts&Cs are available to view now on our website.

A copy of the Ts&Cs has been shared with Law Society of Scotland.

For further information, please contact:
Catherine Innes, Projects Office manager. E:

innesca@slab.org.uk

 

 

 


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