Tony Guise shares the latest insights in civil justice from the CJC National Forum

In July 2022, we found ourselves in the Mary Ward Centre in London, for the Civil Justice Council (CJC) conference about reform in the world of costs (see the Solicitors Journal vol 165 issue 10, October 2022). Four months later and a half-kilometre stroll north we found ourselves in the elegant headquarters of the Quakers – the Friends House, opposite the magnificent late 19th century lodges of Euston Station and adjacent to Bentham House. Reminders of the era of visionary railway architecture and visionary philosophy, made Friends House the perfect location for the CJC’s premier event.

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The occasion for this gathering was the annual National Forum on...

Tony Guise

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