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Mr Justice Coulson has ruled that a claimant could recover trial advocacy fees under CPR 45 when a claim settled on the day of the hearing, before the trial was heard.
The CoA has considered the responsibilities of judge, advocates and children's guardian in cases where one of the parties is representing themselves. Zimran Samuel explains what important reminders advocates and family solicitors can take from it.
Amanda Yip QC examines a case which serves as a reminder of the 'privileges and responsibilities of advocates' and the burden of 'twin responsibilities, both to the client and to the court'.
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