David Greene comments on Lord Justice Jackson’s recent report on fixed recoverable costs in The Law Society Gazette today:

The Law Society and Lord Justice Jackson have form. The Society has often voiced concern that his reforms have made the justice process more expensive and reduced access. So, when Jackson LJ came to Chancery Lane to launch his report on fixed recoverable costs, one would not have expected a love-in. Yet the tone was conciliatory; two former foes, one in the home of the other, showing mutual respect.

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