The Civil Justice Council (CJC) is an advisory body which oversees and co-ordinates the modernisation of the civil justice system in England and Wales. It was established in 1998 under the Civil Procedure Act 1997. This section of the Courts and Tribunals Judiciary web site includes information about the CJC’s working groups, consultations, responses and other documents on a variety of subjects, and annual reports 2003 onwards.
A blog providing information and comment on developments in civil procedure, written by Gordon Exall, a barrister practising at Kings Chambers Leeds, Manchester and Birmingham and Hardwicke Chambers London.
The Civil Procedure Rules (CPR) apply in the Court of Appeal, the High Court of Justice and the County Court in civil cases in England and Wales. The current text of the Rules and related Practice Directions are provided here in the Courts section of the Justice portal site. There are also links to forms, court guides and statutory instruments.
This page on the GOV.UK site has information on all of the courts and tribunals in England and Wales for which Her Majesty’s Courts and Tribunals Service provides administrative support. This includes quick links wherever relevant to official procedure guides such as the Chancery Guide, Queen’s Bench Guide and Technology and Construction Court Guide. Under each court there is also a “Court Information” section which typically includes links to forms, cause lists, practice directions and relevant sections of the Civil Procedure Rules.
Subscription service. Lawtel includes within its Litigator section (one of the “Specialist Areas”) a searchable Civil Procedure database, containing the full text version of the Rules, their Schedules, Protocols and Practice Directions, plus commentary, articles and case law.