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Guidance Note. The Woolf Reforms and Civil Procedures Rules

In March 1994, Lord Woolf was appointed to review the rules and procedures of the Civil Courts in England and Wales with the overall aim of reducing the cost, complexity and timescales of litigation, thereby improving access to justice. John Bishop