Journal of Civil Litigation and Practice: Parts

Journal of Civil Litigation and Practice: Parts

By Damien Cremean


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Date: 19/09/2012

Code: 30141162

Thomson Reuters, AUSTRALIA

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Vital reading for all civil dispute practitioners

Under the leadership of General Editor Dr Damien Cremean, this quarterly journal uniquely brings together the many issues in practice, procedure and litigation in a centralised resource. Each issue includes editorials, articles and case notes, comments and/or book reviews on a wide range of topics. Its Editorial Board comprises practitioners and experts from around Australia as well as from the United Kingdom, Canada and New Zealand.

Addressing practice and litigation issues which vitally affect practitioners, the journal has a broad scope. Coverage includes but is not limited to:

  • pre-litigation
  • litigation procedures: pre-trial and trial including influence of changes eg technology
  • remedies, damages, enforcement and costs
  • arbitration
  • dispute resolution and ADR generally
  • evidence and expert evidence
  • discovery and e-discovery
  • pleadings and precedents
  • case management
  • class actions
  • litigation funding
  • judicial administration
  • advocacy and trial preparation
  • lawyers' ethical duties

The journal is peer-reviewed and is available in hard copy and online.

Its unique benefit for practitioners is as a forum in which the more fundamental changes to litigation and practice can also be addressed, including current issues such as the impact of technology on the conduct of matters, inside and out of the courtroom, and moves to electronic discovery and documentation.

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