Northern Ireland: Another piece process
While Northern Ireland has attempted to implement reforms to the civil justice system, its impact has been rather gradual
The Woolf Reforms transformed the civil justice landscape in England and Wales. A review of Northern Ireland’s Civil Justice system proposes much less dramatic changes, but to date implementation has been piecemeal.
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