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We commission exclusive articles from leading practitioners and commentators, on all areas of civil litigation practice, for our regular members-only e-newsletters
Nigel Broadbent, director and head of the Dispute Management Department at Lupton Fawcett in Leeds, discusses his approach to mediation, including preparation, handling resistant parties, the trends he’s seen over the last 10 years - and what he wished he known about the mediation process when he began his career …
Cross-border mediation is a process where a mediator assists two or more parties to manage and resolve a multi-jurisdictional dispute within the EU. Vincent Adon, mediator and founder of London ADR, presents a beginner’s guide.
Section members get free access to two half-day conferences (worth £150) per year.
This year’s autumn conference comprises two sessions – the first focusing on technology in legal practice as a force for change, disruption and re-invention. The second will take the form of a judicial symposium for your chance to listen and interact with past and present members of the Bench to provide tips and advice on how to enhance and grow your practice. We are delighted to confirm that The Right Honourable Lord Justice Briggs will deliver the keynote address at the event.
We regularly hand-pick the most important civil cases and provide clear and concise analysis of the issues involved and any actions you should consider taking
Supreme Court holds that a settlement may be set aside for fraud even if fraud is suspected
We commission exclusive articles from leading practitioners and commentators, on all areas of civil litigation practice, for our regular e-newsletter. Read sample articles exclusively here
Gareth Raisbeck argues that in light of last year’s ParkingEye litigation, crowdfunding could at last be stepping out of the shadows as a viable and attractive means of financing commercial litigation, especially for a younger generation of tech-savvy litigants
The standard rate of insurance premium tax jumps to 9.5% on 1 November, potentially leaving solicitors having to pay an additional 3.5% over and above a calculated premium. Matthew Harman explains what you need to do now
As a Section member, you're entitled to four webinars as part of your membership, available live and on-demand
The new SRA regulations on continuing professional development for solicitors have changed, and you will have to complete an annual declaration that you have undertaken enough learning and development to remain competent. This webinar, offered at a 20 per cent discount to Advocacy Section members, will give you an in-depth understanding of how to start planning now for continuing competence.
View this webinar and discover how to build a successful strategy to implement unbundled legal services, including assessing the benefits of unbundling, developing a marketing strategy to promote the advantages to clients and internally, and learn risk management techniques.
Join Maura McIntosh of Herbert Smith Freehills for an update on the key developments in commercial litigation over the past 12 months. Inclusive in Civil Litigation Section membership.
Join this webinar delivered by Ed Pepperall, QC MCIArb, of St Philips Chambers, to hear a round-up of recent part 36 offers and case law. This webinar is inclusive in Civil Litigation Section membership for 2016.
The free event will be aimed primarily at solicitors who are looking to apply for the DDJ(MC) competition launching in June/July.
Published every two months, the magazine delivers unique and in-depth coverage of the latest issues relating to costs and funding – from those in the know. Section members receive an exclusive 40% discount
The links below will take you to www.lawgazette.co.uk
Architect of eponymous civil justice reforms says it’s wrong to shift cost burden to litigants.
Going to court is not the same as shopping, says Law Society president.
Chancery Lane promises robust response to government’s ‘transforming justice’ proposals.
‘Press publishers’ given new right to protect work in draft regulations and directives.