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CDR Summer Litigation Symposium 2017 - Christopher Hancock QC joins 'Assessing the state of civil justice in 2017' Panel

Based on his experience assisting the coordination of the Bar Council response to the consultation on the 2011/2012 Jackson reforms Christopher Hancock QC will join the 'Assessing the state of civil justice in 2017' panel at the CDR Summer Litigation Symposium 2017 to consider the implementation of the reforms suggested by Lord Justice Briggs and Lord Justice Jackson on commercial litigation practice. The panel will also address the modernisation of the civil justice system generally and how the reforms will affect commercial clients, London’s standing as a centre for international justice and other potential key issues.

Issues covered in this session will include the development of pilot schemes such as the Shorter and Faster Trials pilot, the Financial List, the operation of the new Business and Property Court, pressures on the Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court. 

Registration for this event can be completed on the CDR website.

Relevant members: