Are high costs failing those looking for justice? – The Times

Posted November 13th, 2008 in costs, fees, news, special report by sally

“The fundamental review of costs of litigation in the civil courts set up under Lord Justice Jackson was described as the biggest thing since the Woolf report, at the Civil Justice Council’s (CJC) costs forum last month — which is appropriate, given that high costs are a particular failure of the former Lord Chief Justice’s reforms.”

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The Times, 13th November 2008