NLJ Jackson litigation costs webcast still available

The technical difficulties with the New Law Journal’s free Jackson webcast derived, apparently, from the best of reasons – a very large number of people wanted to watch it (that is what happens when the Dale publicity machine gets going on your behalf, as it did for this show).

The delay in going live meant that I could not watch it all – I had my own 2,500 words to get out on the subject yesterday. What I saw was very good, with Professor Dominic Regan able, as usual, to get the best out of his panel on a subject for which he evinces a passion to match his knowledge.

I dropped Dominic a line last night to congratulate him and to see if the webcast would be available for those who missed it yesterday. He tells me that it is – go to New Law Journal and follow the link – and that it will go on YouTube at the weekend.

The very wide interest in Lord Justice Jackson’s Report reflects not merely its importance but the fact that almost no corner of the litigation field is untouched by it. Visits to my blog exceeded my previous record (almost by 2x) before I had even published my own article on Jackson.


About Chris Dale

I have been an English solicitor since 1980. I run the e-Disclosure Information Project which collects and comments on information about electronic disclosure / eDiscovery and related subjects in the UK, the US, AsiaPac and elsewhere
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