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Vol 21 No 11 Nov/Dec 2016

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Client Participation in Civil Litigation

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Suzanne BurnSolicitor and Deputy District Judge, Head of the Law Society Civil Litigation Committee, Andrew Terrett

ISBN13: 9780406985828
Publisher: LexisNexis Butterworths
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Publication Abandoned



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This work examines the changing demand for legal services in the post-Woolf era. It focuses on ""unbundling"" - the splitting of work into a case between client and lawyer. The emphasis is on giving clients choices in how their own cases are handled, rather than the lawyer controlling the entire process.

The book reviews current examples of ""unbundled"" services in the UK and in the US and considers how far the current climate of change may help to realise the demand for this alternative type of service. It suggests the kind of dispute most suited to an unbundled service and offers a framework for sharing the tasks between lawyer and client in a typical dispute. It also addresses some of the practical problems including managing clients' expectations, negligence claims and indemnity insurance.

The appendices illustrate types of cases and methods of operation, with model agreements, interviews and real-life case studies to provide the reader with real examples of this new type of service and the changing approach to litigation.

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Contents:
What is unbundling?
the lawyer-client relationship in civil litigation
dispute resolution - what do clients want?
unbundled dispute resolution services - current changes in legal culture and practice
changes to make unbundling a reality.