- Practice notes
- Standard documents and drafting notes
- Case studies
- Quick guides
- Precedent statements of case
- Resources for those new to dispute resolution (Part 1)
- Resources for those new to dispute resolution (Part 2)
- Civil procedure rules
- Court fees
- Court forms
- Court guides
- CPR tracker
- Civil Procedure Rule Committee meetings
- Case report list
- Other resources and external links
- Litigation tools
About this practice area
Ask questions, browse answers and share your knowledge. Read our scope and rules.
- Where a party accepts his opponent's Part 36 offer which was expressly stated not to take into account the defendant's counterclaim, what happens to the counterclaim?
- Does the Court accept digital signatures on Court Forms and Documents?
- Is the following Part 36 related judgment still good law?: Hammersmatch Properties (Welwyn) Ltd v Saint Gobain Ceramics and Plastics Ltd and another  EWHC 2227 (TCC)
- If a claim form is delivered to court but is not issued until a later date, which is the relevant date for the purposes of limitation?
- What is the reasoning behind PD 5A.2.3, which sets out a prohibition on colour photocopies of dated colour court seals when filing documents at court?
- Ministry of Justice
- Civil Procedure Rules online
- The Supreme Court
- The Law Commission
- High Court and Court of Appeal Term Dates
- Bank of England: Statistical Interactive Database: official Bank Rate History
- SRA Handbook
- SRA professional ethics helpline
- The Law Society: Practice Advice Service
- Bar Standards Board: Code of Conduct
Jurisdiction and cross-border
- Association of Costs Lawyers
- 39 Essex Street cost cases online
- Senior Courts Costs Office Guide (formerly the Supreme Court Costs Office Guide)
Daily court lists
Daily court lists
Key trackers and guides for dispute resolution lawyers
- Supreme Court confirms that merits of party's case irrelevant in case management decisions
- Appeals: permission for second appeal given where ambit of first appeal wrongly confined (Court of Appeal)
- Adjudication, mediation and liquidated damages
- Court of Appeal quashes findings of contempt and criticises skeleton argument
- Relief from sanctions: leave to appeal given as causal link between wrong alleged and reason for non-compliance (Court of Appeal)
Let our trainers guide you through key features and functionality on our website to help you get the most from your subscription. Free for subscribers.