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Civil Litigation Section

Welcome to the Civil Litigation Section - the community for civil litigators and mediators

We commission exclusive articles from leading practitioners and commentators, on all areas of civil litigation practice, for our regular members-only e-newsletters

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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

CIP Properties Ltd (AIPT) v Galliford Try Infrastructure Ltd [2015] EWHC 481 (TCC)Subscription

12 March 2015

How to deal with costs management in circumstances where the claimant’s budget was “entirely unreliable” and where the costs were “wholly disproportionate”

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Benefits of Membership*

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As a Law Society Civil Litigation Section member, you will receive

Up to 8 CPD points earned using your:

  • 2 half day Civil Litigation Section conferences (Spring and Autumn)
  • 4 topical webinars available live and on download

As well as:

  • Market tailored e-newsletters with features and case commentaries
  • Our new interactive website allowing you to access all your benefits in one place
  • Discounts off Litigation Funding magazine
  • Discounts off The Law Society publications and webinars
  • Opportunities to network and influence change

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Litigation Funding magazine - 40% discount for Section membersSubscription

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

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