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Just Costs Solicitors announces 10 year anniversary tour

Just Costs posterTo celebrate their 10th Year, Just Costs Solicitors will tour the UK and deliver a series of influential seminars in 10 major cities.

These half-day seminars will be presented by an expert panel of speakers including Barristers, Judges, and Costs Specialists, and are suitable for all litigation practitioners.

Important updates will be provided on changes to costs guidelines; leading case law; judicial perspectives; market trends; and the emergence of game-changing costs software.

Confirmed speakers include:

  • His Honour Judge Pearce
  • Paul Shenton – Managing Director, Just Costs
  • Tim Walker – Barrister, 7 Bedford Row
  • Nick McDonnell – Director, Just Costs
  • Neil Fawcett – Barrister, St Philips Chambers
  • His Honour Judge Havelock-Allan QC; and more

These events also offer the opportunity for attendees to put questions directly to our speakers, and to network with fellow practitioners.

Just Costs advise Solicitors to book before 23rd September to receive 1/3 off the standard ticket price!

Tickets can be purchased through www.justcostssolicitors.eventbrite.com

About us:

Just Costs Solicitors is the UK’s leading Solicitors’ costs practice. We specialise in Claimant Personal Injury, Clinical Negligence and Commercial Litigation costs.

We offer a complete costs recovery service that includes: drafting of bills and costs budgets, negotiations, detailed assessment hearings and the collection of costs monies from the insurers. We do not outsource any of this process, including assessment hearings.

There are a number of benefits to using Just Costs for all your cost recovery requirements, which include:

  • Increased Profitability
  • Unique and Considerable Experience
  • Reduced Administration
  • Free file collection and delivery
  • Weekly electronic MI reports
  • Funding Solutions
  • In-house CPD Accredited Training Seminars



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