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Commercial Litigation Funding Is Not for the Faint-Hearted!

Access to justice is something that Lord Woolfe reported on way back in 1996. Since then, in my opinion, access to justice is now harder than ever. Court fees have risen by several hundred percent. The small claims limit has risen. As a result, ... Selachii LLP, 1 week ago

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Lord Woolf: Legal aid cuts are damaging the reputation of our justice system

Peers approve small but important change to merits criteria in civil legal aid cases Lord Woolf has told the House of Lords that legal aid cuts are damaging the reputation of our justice system as peers signalled their intention for a review of ...
 Solicitors Journal1 month ago

Lord Wallace: Holyrood may have Brexit legal role

By Nick Eardley BBC News 2 December 2016 From the section Scotland politics Media captionLord Wallace: "We all know there is a huge amount of legislation that has been done to implement European directives." Holyrood may have to be given a legal ...
 BBC1 week ago Peer says MSPs could have Brexit role  BBC1 week ago
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Article 50 author: 'We native Brits are so bloody stupid that we need injections of intelligence'

LONDON — Lord Kerr of Kinlochard, a former chief British diplomat who authored Article 50, says the UK is heading for a "hard Brexit" because the debates surrounding Britain's EU membership are based on emotion rather than evidence. Lord Kerr, ...
 Business Insider3 weeks ago Article 50 author: Britain will get a 'hard, unpleasant Brexit'  Yahoo! 7 Finance3 weeks ago Why Britain will get a 'hard, unpleasant Brexit'  Business Insider Australia3 weeks ago
Scottish Daily Express

Arise Lord Farage? Nigel Farage in line for the House of Lords and a knighthood

NIGEL Farage could be in line for a peerage if Ukip are offered seats in the House of Lords, reports claim. The three leading candidates for the job Paul Nuttall, Suzanne Evans and Raheem Kassam have all said they will push to get Mr Farage a ...
 Scottish Daily Express1 month ago
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Article 50 author: Populism will not sweep across the west — it will soon fade

IAN NICHOLSON PA Archive/PA Images Lord Kerr of Kinlochard. Lord Kerr of Kinlochard, a British peer who has served as an ambassador both to the EU and US, does not expect rising populism across the west to deliver any more shock results in ...
 Business Insider Malaysia3 weeks ago

DK v The Secretary of State for Work and Pensions [2016] ScotCS CSIH_84 (08 November 2016)

EXTRA DIVISION, INNER HOUSE, COURT OF SESSION [2016] CSIH 84 XA115/15 Lord Drummond Young Lord Malcolm Lord McGhie OPINION OF THE COURT delivered by LORD DRUMMOND YOUNG in the Appeal by DK Appellant against ...
 Bailii.org1 month ago Remembering the major figures we lost in 2016  AOL.com1 day ago Armstrong, R v [2016] NICC 15 (15 July 2016)  Bailii.org1 week ago Dillon v Police Service of Northern Ireland [2016] NICA 15 (13 March 2016)  Bailii.org2 weeks ago

Sir Henry Brooke: Visionary who kicked courts into IT age

The retired Lord Justice of Appeal has his finger on the pulse of the profession as old battles over funding and vested interests are waged, writes John van der Luit-Drummond Stop making faces, says Sir Henry Brooke to his wife when I ask what ...
 Solicitors Journal1 month ago

Imogen Poots and Luke Treadaway Complete the Cast of Edward Albee's WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF? in the West End

Imogen Poots and Luke Treadaway will join the previously announced Imelda Staunton and Conleth Hill in the new production of multi Tony and Pulitzer prize-winning playwright Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, directed by James ...
 Broadway World1 month ago

Mediation: The long, long wait

Mediation has gathered credible momentum since it was brought to prominence in the wake of the Woolf reforms. These past few years, however, it appears to have reached a plateau. It has been successful in large commercial cases and in lower-value ...
 Solicitors Journal1 month ago
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