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Civil Justice Reform - What Has It Achieved?


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Civil Justice Reform - What Has It Achieved?
Dec 2010
Softcover, 200 pp


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  1. Efficiency at all costs – true or bluff? The Hon. Mr Justice Geoffrey Ma
  2. A New Approach to Justice – from Woolf to Jackson The Right Hon Lord Neuberger of Abbotsbury MR
  3. Making the System Work in Practice Martin Rogers, Clifford Chance
  4. Understanding Public Needs: an Emerging Model of Access to Justice Diana Lowe QC
  5. Changes in the Trial Process The Hon Mr Justice Peter McClellan, Chief Judge at Common Law, Supreme Court of New South Wales
  6. Civil Justice Reform and ADR Dame Hazel Genn DBE QC
  7. Mediation in the Context of CJR: The Role of the Judiciary The Hon. Mr Justice Lam
  8. Fostering Dispute Resolution and Cost-Effectiveness through Case Management The Hon. Mr Justice Reyes
  9. Case Management: Jurisdiction and Order Rimsky Yuen SC
  10. Has the Litigation Culture Changed? Joseph Kwan, Deacons
  11. Civil Justice Reform in Personal Injuries Litigation The Hon. Mr Justice Fung
  12. Courts, Justice, Efficiency and Proportionality Master Marlene Ng
  13. Civil Justice Reform: Too Little, Too Late? Jon Witts, Allen & Overy
  14. The Review of Civil Litigation Costs in England and Wales The Rt Hon Lord Justice Jackson
  15. Observations on the Cost-Effectiveness of the CJR and Sanctioned Offers Queeny Au-Yeung, Registrar of the High Court
  16. The Impact of Wasted Costs Orders on the Conduct of Civil Litigation W.S. Clarke, HKU




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