Murray Heining, chairman, Association of Costs Lawyers

Counting the cost of draftsmen

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  • Anybody who reads this may be under the impression that a costs lawyer undergoes rigorous training to obtain such a title. However, what Mr. Heining is neglecting to mention from this publicity piece is what their current members actually did to become a costs lawyer. That is spend part of a day at a seminar. That’s it. . . . . Why not ask Mr. Heining how he became a costs lawyer or what he called himself or where was his concern before 2011. Solicitors are the only people who are properly qualified to do costs related work and you should really stop peddling this snake oil.

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