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The future of central London Civil Justice Centre

The move of Central London Civil Justice Centre (“CLCJC”) to the Thomas More Building to become part of the High Court campus together with the Chancery modernisation review provides an ideal opportunity for the CLCJC Chancery List to become an integral part of the Chancery Justice system. We envisage that the Chancery List at CLCJC will be dealing, in even larger numbers than present, with cases transferred from the Chancery Division which do not require the attention of a full-time High Court Judge. We believe it to be key to a sensible, effective and efficient use of limited resources that work is allocated to the correct level of judge from a very early stage.

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