BLM’s director of policy and government affairs, Alistair Kinley joined a roundtable hosted by The Law Society Gazette, reviewing the impact of far-reaching civil justice reforms for personal injury lawyers.
More than two years ago, the Jackson reforms were introduced and the outlook for the personal injury market was bleak. The ban on referral fees removed a common source of instructions, cost reforms left firms at a loss how to fund cases, and many solicitors were sent into a tailspin by new case management requirements.
Click here to read the full feature, which has been published in this week’s issue of The Law Society Gazette.
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