Civil Justice Reforms are the result of the Access to Justice report by Lord Woolf. The aim is to provide more effective access to Justice through quicker, cheaper and more proportionate justice for defended cases. It introduced a unified set of Rules and Practice Directions for the County and High Courts, and Judicial Case Management. The reforms came into effect on 26 April 1999.
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