CJC invites views on impact of ‘Jackson reforms’ one year on

CJC invites views on impact of ‘Jackson reforms’ one year on

The Civil Justice Council (CJC) is holding a conference in March 2014 to consider the impact of the Jackson reforms on the civil justice system to coincide with one year on from their implementation.

Written submissions are invited from individuals and organisations on the practical impact of the reforms. The CJC is particularly interested in:

  • the types of cases being taken on (and not being taken on) by law firms
  • the funding of civil litigation in the light of changes to CFAs and the introduction of
  • DBAs and QOCS, and
  • experiences of costs budgeting and the management of cases through the courts.

Submissions may be up to 3000 words in length and may be submitted via email to cjc@judiciary.gsi.gov.uk or in hard copy (see here for further details). Submissions must be received by 5pm on Friday 7 March 2014.

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