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The author's initial interest in the MOJ's Review of the Civil Justice Council (The Review) was fired by memories of two unsuccessful applications for membership of the Council (CJC). The Review doesn't make clear who selected the 70 interviewees, which includes a big percentage of both present and past Members. There are 27 recommendations in all and they split into three main substantive principles. These are: 1. narrow of range of members, 2. incomplete and subjective agenda, and 3. poor administrative support and PR, and lack of contiguity with the MOJ. Not a single peep has emerged from the CJC since the Review was published, but it's about time for a proper debate by all those involved in civil justice and the wider credit industry before everything settles below the surface again.
Civil Justice what? Jeremy Sutcliffe discusses Jonathan Spencer's Review of t... Jeremy Sutcliffe Credit Management; Nov 2008; Docstoc pg. 30 Reproduced with permission
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