The MoJ set out their current reform agenda

Next Monday we will be 13 months away from the next General Election which will happen on 7 May 2015, and so the opportunity for further process reform led by Government is beginning to close. Speaking at the Westminster Legal Policy Forum this week, Robert Wright, the MoJ’s Head of Civil Litigation Funding and Costs, the senior civil servant who has led the process of implementing Jackson through LASPO, gave an insight as to Government priorities for further change in its remaining time in office. It will of course be appreciated that key changes in claims and litigation handling will usually be Government led.

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Simon Denyer


I am the Strategic Legal Development Partner within the Insurance team.