Reform of Civil Procedure: Essays on 'Access to Justice'
A. A. S. Zuckerman, Ross Cranston
Clarendon Press, 1995 - Law - 457 pages
This collection of essays by leading commentators on civil justice is an attempt to assess the present state of civil procedure in the UK and the possible impact of proposals recently put forward by Lord Woolf. In addition, the essays deal with the fundamental problems that are encountered today in the administration of civil justice everywhere. The contributors are distinguished practitioners and academics who have made extensive contributions to the subject in the past.
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