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Collective Access to Justice

Assessing the Potential of Class Actions in England and Wales

By Michael Molavi

Published

Mar 11, 2021

Page count

142 pages

ISBN

978-1529210002

Dimensions

203 x 127 mm

Imprint

Bristol University Press

Published

Mar 11, 2021

Page count

142 pages

ISBN

978-1529210026

Dimensions

Imprint

Bristol University Press

Published

Mar 11, 2021

Page count

142 pages

ISBN

978-1529210026

Dimensions

Imprint

Bristol University Press
Collective Access to Justice

At a time when the collective redress landscape is undergoing a period of transformative change, this important and timely research focuses on class actions in England and Wales.

The author provides an objective analysis of the costs and benefits of these proceedings from an access to justice perspective.

Aiming to promote accessibility, this pioneering work separates fact from fiction in an easily digestible way, offering progressive solutions for reform.

"Class action reform is a work in progress. Molavi’s book is an important addition to the debate. It repays careful reading by all engaged in the subject.” John Sorabji, University College London

Michael Molavi holds the Legal Education Foundation Postdoctoral Access to Civil Justice Research Fellowship at the Bonavero Institute of Human Rights at the University of Oxford.

Collective Access to Justice

Class Actions in Historical and Comparative Perspective

Uncovering the Politics of Class Actions

Understanding the Economics of Class Actions

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