Two roles are due to become available on the CLSB board, one lay non-executive director and one non-lay non-executive director. The closing date for applications is as follows: Non-Lay NED: 5pm on Wednesday 17 October 2018 Lay NED: 5pm on Thursday 25 October 2018 Remuneration is £338.
The LSB has today approved the fee for a 2019 Costs Lawyer practising certificate in the sum of £250.00. Through continued sound financial management the CLSB has been able to keep the fee the same for the eighth consecutive year. The ACL, the professions representative body will invo
The CLSB has today issued a consultation paper under which it proposes to introduce a specific code in relation to unsolicited approaches by Costs Lawyers to private (lay) consumers. The proposed new code reads: You must not make an unsolicited approach (cold call) by any means to a p
CLSB today issued a consultation paper to all Costs Lawyers under which it proposes the fee for a 2019 Costs Lawyer practising certificate remains at £250.00 for the eighth consecutive year. The closing date for responses is midnight on Monday 10 September 2018.
The CLSB has today issued a consultation paper on a proposed new means of qualifying as a Costs Lawyer. The proposal seeks to remove eight identified barriers to entry into the profession and regulation by way of a Costs Lawyer Competence Test (CLCT). The CLCT would provide greater ac
On 2018 practising certificate application forms the CLSB asked the question of each Costs Lawyer “do you agree the CLSB to be an effective regulator of the Costs Lawyer profession.” We can advise that 96.73% of respondents stated yes, they were of the view the CLSB was effective. Bas
The CLSB is pleased to advise that following an application to the Law Society of Scotland (LSS) for registered foreign lawyer status by a Costs Lawyer, the LSS considered whether it was satisfied that the profession of the Costs Lawyer is “so regulated as to make it appropriate to re
The CLSB has taken the difficult decision to suspend any further intake onto the current three year Costs Lawyer qualification. This decision was based on ACL Training having reported a significant fall in the number of trainees over the last two academic years, making future provisio