Legal line-up appointed to tackle reform of civil litigation costs
Berrymans Lace Mawer's head of policy development, Alistair Kinley, has been appointed to chair a working party put together by the Civil Justice Council to look at the implementation of Lord Justice Jackson's reforms of civil litigation. Kinley will chair a line-up of 17 lawyers on the working group, which has been set up to help implement secondary legislation relating to Jackson's impending reform of litigation funding.
Berrymans Lace Mawer’s head of policy development, Alistair Kinley, has been appointed to chair a working party put together by the Civil Justice Council to look at the implementation of Lord Justice Jackson’s reforms of civil litigation.
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