Litigation Funding magazine provides accurate and in-depth coverage and comment on the complex issues of financing litigation and costs.

Chancery Lane in the sun

Social mobility boost for aspiring solicitors


Law Society seeks to remove qualification hurdles for 10 students experiencing hardship.

Royal Courts of Justice

Other side’s costs bigger? Not relevant, says judge


Court reduces costs claimed by defendant lawyers - but not because they were larger than claimant’s.

Stocks and shares

Burford governance change fails to impress critics


Litigation funder attacked for 'laughter-inducing' governance as it replaces its chief finance officer.


Don't forget about criminal defence solicitors, PM told


Law Society highlights dangerous consequence of increasing resources solely for prosecutors.

Royal Courts of Justice, Strand

Solicitors not capped by pledge to honour original costs budget


Midlands firm had sought £400,000 in costs but former clients wanted to pay much less.

Chris Bogart

Burford hires lawyers to pursue criminal probe into shares dive


Litigation funder alleges that it has been a victim of illegal market manipulation.


Exclusive: SRA has £21.3m black hole in unrecovered costs


Regulator urged to rethink its prosecution policy and find a more proportionate alternative.

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April 2019 – Balancing act

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