A Practical Approach to Effective Litigation (häftad)
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Blake, Susan (ed.)
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A Practical Approach to Effective Litigation (häftad)

A Practical Approach to Effective Litigation

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This assessment of the key skills needed to handle a case bridges the Civil Procedure Rules and the reality of case management, explaining the rationale of civil litigation. An overview of the litigation process advises on complying with procedure, using evidence, and how to ensure you are taking account of the rules on funding and costs.
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Susan Blake, Associate Dean of The City Law School, City University London. Susan Blake spent several years in practice at the Bar dealing with a variety of types of case in all levels of courts. She was formerly Course Director of the Bar Vocational Course at the Inns of Court School of Law, having played a major part in devising and implementing the BVC. She became Director of Studies in 1998, and is now also Programme Director for the LLM in Civil Litigation and Dispute Resolution that was introduced in 2011. This Master's course fits quite closely with the coverage of this book, as it focuses on effective legal practice, and current issues in legal practice. Susan is also a co-author of <"A Practical Approach to Alternative Dispute Resolution (3rd edition 2014), and of <"The Jackson ADR Handbook>" (2013) which was published in connection with the implementation of proposals resulting from The Jackson review of Costs. Both books are published by Oxford University Press.


1. The growing focus on 'Effective' Litigation ; 2. An Overview of the Litigation Process ; 3. Dispute Management and Alternative Dispute Resolution Options ; 4. Legal Practitioners and the developing Professional Context ; 5. Advising a Client and Taking Instructions ; 6. Financing Litigation ; 7. Establishing and Analysing Facts ; 8. Making best use of relevant Law ; 9. Defining Issues ; 10. Joining the right Parties ; 11. Legal Letters and Opinions ; 12. Drafting Statements of Case ; 13. Pursuing Appropriate Remedies ; 14. Defending an Action ; 15. Track Allocation and Directions ; 16. Active Case Management and the use of Sanctions ; 17. Costs Management and Budgeting ; 18. Evidence, Disclosure and Witness Statements ; 19. The potential roles of Experts ; 20. Procedural Rules as Practical Tools ; 21. Managing Risk and Cost Benefit Assessment ; 22. Settling a Case and Part 36 offers ; 23. Preparing a Case for trial and drafting Skeleton Arguments ; 24. Presenting a Case in Court ; 25. Costs Orders and Costs Shifting ; 26. Enforcing a Judgment ; 27. Challenging a Judgment ; 27. Your Practice