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Civil Litigation Section autumn half-day conference 2017 (28 September, London)

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The focus of our autumn conference is knowing what clients want and how to build better litigation services. As well as focusing on your business and people strategy, we’ve invited Lord Justice Jackson to deliver the keynote following the publication of his report into fixed recoverable costs – this is your chance to hear, first hand, about this important development and have your questions answered. 

This event is free to attend for members of the Civil Litigation Section. The event will conclude with a drinks reception, offering you the opportunity to network with conference speakers, fellow delegates and the Civil Litigation Section committee.

As well as hearing, first hand, from our speakers about forthcoming developments in the field of legal practice, this conference is your chance to:

  • learn about the future of fixed recoverable costs and what it means for the profession
  • hear what clients actually want from litigation and resolution services
  • develop and future-proof your resolution business
  • grow your practice using easy-to-adopt techniques and technology.

For the first time, we will be holding a business development symposium, which will focus on the practical tactics you can employ to win work from new and existing clients, develop sound marketing strategies in a busy sector and champion the work you do to grow and sustain your business. 

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Benefits of Membership*

The Civil Litigation Section will provide you with support, advice, networking opportunities and enable the sharing of best practice with peers.

The current Section Engagement Programme has been created in consultation with the Section Committee and will focus on key issues including:

  • costs
  • budgeting and management
  • court fees
  • access to justice
  • alternative dispute resolution
  • profitability
  • clinical negligence
  • fixed costs
  • J codes
  • adjudication
  • service
  • jurisdiction
  • consumer protection
  • Rome II

These issues will be addressed through a range of activities including: seminars, workshops, webinars, conferences, e-newsletters, magazines amd Twitter.

*See Section terms and conditions

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