1st October 2009
A Group led by former Bar Chairman Guy Mansfield QC (and commissioned by the Bar Council's Policy Advisory Group) has recently considered the adoption of a Contingent Legal Aid Fund (CLAF), whereby a pooled fund would be created which would be financed by sums derived from successful civil litigation. The fund would then fund further litigation. This seminar will examine and evaluate the concept, and compare the similar schemes which exist in other commonwealth countries.
This is an invitation only event.
25th January 2018 | LONDON
ITF event: The Ne Ultra Petita Principle and International Investment Treaty Arbitration
31st January 2018 | LONDON
The effect of Brexit on the fight against economic crimes
28th February 2018 | LONDON
Competition in Financial Services
8th March 2018 | LONDON
ITF event: General Principles of Law in Investment Arbitration, and the Hierarchy of Norms under International Law
12th April 2018 - 13th April 2018 | LONDON
Short Course: Public International Law in Practice