CLF Litigation Directory
The comprehensive listing of service providers to the dispute resolution sector
Please note that there may be Sponsors to the Directory which do not yet appear below. Updates are made on a rolling basis.
The Litigation Directory is uniquely lawyer-led. All providers in a sector are listed for ease of reference enabling easy access for dispute resolution practices and in-house lawyers. Those providers that donate to the National Pro Bono Centre receive an enhanced listing and a number of other tangible benefits including access to all CLF events.
Each of the categories below is the responsibility of a law firm to keep accurate and up-to-date.
If you are interested in getting involved, please contact Mary Dobson Smith and the relevant category contact (details below).
Mr Justice Robin Knowles, Judge of the Commercial Court and Trustee of the National Pro Bono Centre: “This important initiative sees our commercial law firms, the General Counsel of our major companies, and our Commercial Bar all working together to support the National Pro Bono Centre. It is a show of leadership to which I pay tribute. This active, practical, support for the legal system as a whole, and specifically for access to justice, is a welcome part of the celebrations of 125 years of our Commercial Court.”
Hilton Mervis, Head of Commercial Dispute Resolution for Europe at Arnold & Porter and Chair of the Commercial Litigators’ Forum: “The CLF Directory is a game-changer as for the first time service providers to the legal sector will be sponsoring a hugely useful Directory of Service Providers to the litigation community. The CLF member firms, the GC100 and COMBAR are determined to encourage service providers (i.e. their customers) to join us in making clear their commitment to access to justice/the National Pro Bono Centre. It is a win-win for the sponsors and charity.”
Ben Mathews, Group Company Secretary at BP and Chair of the GC100: “GC100 is delighted to be joining the Commercial Court judges, COMBAR and the Commercial Litigators’ Forum to celebrate not only 125 years of the Commercial Court but also the National Pro Bono Centre and the Directory. The Directory has been compiled by the Commercial Litigators’ Forum and provides a one-stop source of valuable information about service providers in the litigation, arbitration and disputes resolution arena.”
Sonia Tolaney KC, Commercial Bar Association (COMBAR): “COMBAR and its members are committed to improving access to justice for all. In that context COMBAR welcomes and supports the CLF’s vital and innovative initiative to provide funding for the National Pro Bono Centre through the Litigation Directory.”
Robert Hanna, co-founder at Augusta, sponsors: “Access to Justice is an increasingly important issue in the UK today. Augusta is proud to support this worthy cause, through the CLF and through our day job as funders of meritorious claims of any size”.