Daniel Flury joined the Legal Aid Agency in March 2013 as the Head of Criminal Casework. Before this, he performed a number of operational and programme management roles in the Ministry of Justice including in the HM Courts and Tribunal Service (HMCTS) where he was responsible for performance in the Tribunals, Crown, County and Magistrates courts in Gloucestershire, Avon and Somerset.
Daniel was also Programme Director for the 2010 HMCTS Court Estate Rationalisation Programme, head of HMCTS Enforcement, the Deputy Secretary to the 2007 Carter Review of Prisons and was a Private Secretary to the Lord Chancellor.
Head of Criminal Casework
The Head of Criminal Casework leads the teams that process all applications and bills for criminal legal aid and central funds. This also includes the collection and enforcement of contributions made under the Crown Court means testing scheme.
The post-holder also chairs the Agency’s Change Board and is the senior responsible officer for a number of LAA projects. This includes the crime change and future initiative programme both of which have digitised and modernised casework processes.