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The Woolf Report and conditional fee agreements have made costs a key element in the financial success of the legal system for lawyers themselves just as for clients. This series of Law Reports brings together in one source of reference the key criminal and civil cases that have influenced and shaped the way in which awards are decided. Its coverage traces the development of law through the cases from 1910 to the present day, providing cases chosen for their importance and their effect on the way in which the law has developed.
A core volume is presented with the leading cases intended for easy and quick access. Ranging from Gundrey v Sainsbury (1910) to Jonathan Alexander v Proctor (1996), the presentation of the full text, detailed headnotes and index should ensure that it is a valuable source of research in the area.
An updating issue will be published twice a year.