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Access to Justice

A Critical Analysis of Recoverable Conditional Fees and No-Win No-Fee Funding


Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-vi
  2. John Peysner
    Pages 1-1
  3. John Peysner
    Pages 2-5
  4. John Peysner
    Pages 6-11
  5. John Peysner
    Pages 12-25
  6. John Peysner
    Pages 26-39
  7. John Peysner
    Pages 122-144
  8. John Peysner
    Pages 145-150
  9. Back Matter
    Pages 156-190

About this book


This book addresses an experiment in funding money damage claims in England from 2000 to 2013. The model - recoverable conditional fees - was unique and has remained so. It covers the development, amendment and effective abolition of the model, as well as the process of policy development and the motivation and objectives of the policy makers.


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Authors and affiliations

  1. 1.Lincoln Law SchoolUniversity of LincolnUK

About the authors

John Peysner is a non-practicing solicitor and Professor of Civil Justice at the University of Lincoln, UK. He is an Honorary Visiting Professor at City University, London. He was formerly at Nottingham Law School where he edited The Litigator and was founding Course Leader of the LLM in Advanced Litigation. He writes and teaches on national and international dispute resolution focusing on costs and financing of cases. He also teaches health law.

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