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Lectures

Lord Justice Jackson and other senior judges are delivering a series of lectures on different aspects of how the Review is to be implemented. This section includes these.

18. The application of the amendments to The Civil Procedure Rules
22 March 2013
18. The application of the amendments to The Civil Procedure Rules
Speech by Master of the Rolls
 
15. Proportionate Costs
30 May 2012
15. Proportionate Costs
Speech by Lord Neuberger of Abbotsbury, Master of the Rolls
 
14. Association of Costs Lawyers’ Annual Conference 2012
11 May 2012
14. Association of Costs Lawyers’ Annual Conference 2012
Speech by Lord Neuberger of Abbotsbury, Master of the Rolls
 
13. Reforming The Civil Justice System – The Role of IT Society for Computers and Law
27 March 2012
13. Reforming The Civil Justice System – The Role of IT Society for Computers and Law
Thirteenth Lecture in the Implementation Programme by Lord Justice Jackson
 
12. The Reform of Clinical Negligence Litigation
23 March 2012
12. The Reform of Clinical Negligence Litigation
Twelfth Lecture in The Implementation Programme by Lord Justice Jackson
 
10. Why ten per cent? Tenth Lecture in the Implementation Programme
29 February 2012
10. Why ten per cent? Tenth Lecture in the Implementation Programme
Speech by Lord Justice Jackson
 
9. Docketing: Completing case management’s unfinished revolution - Ninth Lecture in Implementation Programme
9 February 2012
9. Docketing: Completing case management’s unfinished revolution - Ninth Lecture in Implementation Programme
Speech by Lord Neuberger of Abbotsbury, Master of The Rolls
 
2. Contingency Legal Aid Fund and Supplementary Legal Aid Fund
11 October 2011
2. Contingency Legal Aid Fund and Supplementary Legal Aid Fund
Speech by Lord Justice Jackson
 
1. Legal Aid and the Costs Review Reforms
5 September 2011
1. Legal Aid and the Costs Review Reforms
Speech by Lord Justice Jackson to the Cambridge Law Faculty
 
Lord Justice Jackson's handout for the Legal Action Group
29 November 2010
Lord Justice Jackson's handout for the Legal Action Group
Annual Lecture on 29th November 2010
 
 
 

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