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Courts

Baldwin, J., Lay and Judicial Perspectives on the Expansion of the Small Claims Regime (LCD Research Paper 8/2002) (London, Lord Chancellor’s Department, 2002)

—— Small Claims in the County Court (Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1996)

Clark, S., and Jackson, R., The Reform of Civil Justice (2nd ed) (London, Sweet & Maxwell, 2018)

Cranston, R., How Law Works: The Machinery and Impact of Civil Justice (Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2006)

Genn, H., Judging Civil Justice (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2009)

Goriely, T, Moorhead, R., and Abrams, P., More Civil Justice? The Impact of the Woolf Reforms on Pre-action Behaviour (Research Study 43) (London, Law Society (and the Civil Justice Council), 2002)

Hodges, C., Delivering Dispute Resolution: A Holistic Review of Models in England and Wales (Oxford, Hart Publishing, 2019)

(*)Ison, T., The Forensic Lottery: A Critique of Tort Liability as a System of Personal Injury Compensation (London, Staples Press, 1967)

Jacob, Sir Jack, The Fabric of English Civil Justice (London, Stevens, 1987)

Moorhead, R., and Sefton, M., Litigants in Person: Unrepresented litigants in First Instance Proceedings (DCA Research Series) (London, Department for Constitutional Affairs, 2005)

Peysner, J., and Seneviratne, M., The Management of Civil Cases: the Courts and the post-Woolf Landscape (DCA Research Series) (London, Department for Constitutional Affairs, 2005)

Polden, P., A History of the County Court, 1846-1971 (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1999)

Shapland, J., Sorsby, A., and Hibbert, J., A Civil Justice Audit (LCD Research Paper 2/2002) (London, Lord Chancellor’s Department, 2002)

Sorabji, J., English Civil Justice after the Woolf and Jackson Reforms: A Critical Analysis (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2016)

Susskind, R., Online Courts and the Future of Justice (Oxford, Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2019)

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Alternative Dispute Resolution

Abel, R. L., The Politics of Informal Justice (London and New York, NY, Academic Press, 1982), 2 vols

Blake, S., Browne, J., and Sime, S., The Jackson ADR Handbook (2nd edn, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2016)

------ A practical approach to Alternative Dispute Resolution (4th edn, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2016)

Boulle, L., Mediation: Principles, Process, Practice (3rd edn) (Australia, Butterworths, 2011)

Genn, H., Hard Bargaining: Out of Court Settlement in Personal Injury Actions (Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1987)

----,Mediation in Action—Resolving Court Disputes Without Trial (London, Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, 1999)

—— and others, Twisting Arms: Court Referred and Court Linked Mediation under Judicial Pressure (London, Ministry of Justice, 2007)

Palmer, M., and Roberts, S., Dispute Processes: ADR and the Primary Forms of Decision-Making (London, Butterworths, 1998)

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Appeals

Drewry, G., Blom-Cooper, L., and Blake, C., The Court of Appeal (Oxford, Hart Publishing, 2007)

Blom-Cooper, L., and Drewry, G., Final Appeal: A Study of the House of Lords in its Judicial Capacity (Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1972)

—— Dickson, B., and Drewry, G. (eds), The Judicial House of Lords 1876-2009 (Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2011)

Paterson., A, Final Judgment, The Last Law Lords and the Supreme Court (Oxford, Hart Publishing, 2013)

Plotnikoff, J., and Woolfson, R., Evaluation of Appellate Work in the High Court and the County Courts (DCA Research Series) (London, Department for Constitutional Affairs, 2005)