The Civil Procedure Rules at 20 (inbunden)
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The Civil Procedure Rules at 20 (inbunden)

The Civil Procedure Rules at 20

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Civil Procedure Rules at 20 considers the successes and failures of the CPR, and current challenges faced by those designing, administering, and using the civil justice system.
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Russell J Kelsall, Solicitor, Student Law Journal Andrew Higgins' superbly edited Civil Procedure Rules at 20 will be of considerable interest to any practitioner. I have found it both thought-provoking and a book that made me reflect upon my own bad practice no bad thing at all. I therefore wholeheartedly commend Civil Procedure Rules at 20.

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Andrew Higgins is an Associate Professor of Civil Procedure at the Faculty of Law and Mansfield College, University of Oxford. He has published on a wide range of English procedure related topics including class actions, judicial bias, disclosure, case management, and costs and funding and has also published Legal Professional Privilege for Corporations: A Guide to 4 Major Common Law Jurisdictions (Oxford University Press 2014).


Part I: Introduction 1: Damien Byrne Hill and Maura McIntosh: The Civil Procedure Rules Twenty Years On: The Practitioners' Perspective 2: Andrew Higgins: Keep Calm and Keep Litigating Part II: Judicial Presentations 3: Terence Etherton: Rule-Making For a Digital Court Process: The Civil Procedure Rules 4: Peter Coulson: Discovery: To Disclosure and Beyond 5: Ernest Ryder: Transformation from First Principles 6: Nathalie Lieven: Interventions in Judicial Review Proceedings 7: Martin Chamberlain: National Security, Closed Material Procedures, and Fair Trials 8: Rupert Jackson: Civil Justice Reform: Where Next? 9: Kate O'Regan: Reflections from Former Masters of the Rolls on Managing Civil Justice Part III: Collective Redress 10: Stephen Wisking and Ruth Allen: Taking Stock of the Collective Proceedings Regime in the Competition Appeal Tribunal - A Successful Compromise? 11: Rachael Mulheron: Lord Woolf, Multi-Party Situations, and Limitation Periods Part IV: Disclosure 12: Charles Hollander: Disclosure: Should We Have Stayed with the RSC? 13: Stuart Sime: Proportionality and Search-based Disclosure Part V: Judicial Review 14: Maurice Sunkin: The Use of Empirically Based Information when Reforming and Evaluating Judicial Review 15: Joe Tomlinson & Alison Pickup: 1. Reforming Judicial Review Costs Rules in an Age of Austerity Part VI: Costs and Funding 16: Rabeea Assy: The Overriding Principles of Affordable and Expeditious Adjudication 17: John Sorabji: The Long Struggle for Fixed Cost Reform Part VII: National Security 18: Hayley J. Hooper: A Core Irreducible Minimum? The Operation of the AF (No. 3) Duty in the Closed Material Procedure Part VIII: Technology 19: Richard Goodman: Reform of Civil Justice 20: Adrian Zuckerman: Artificial Intelligence in the Administration of Justice