A Quiet Word:
Lobbying, Crony Capitalism
and Broken Politics in Britain

The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) is a not-for-profit organisation comprising nearly 5,000 personal injury solicitors, barristers, academics and students. [1]
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June 2013

December 2011

May 2011

January 2011

December 2010

Ministry of Justice
  • Association of Personal Injury Lawyers met with Jonathan Djanogly, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Justice, to discuss the Jackson review, along with 18 others. [3]

November 2010

Ministry of Justice
  • Association of Personal Injury Lawyers met with Jonathan Djanogly, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Justice, to discuss Stakeholder meeting to discuss the Legal Aid announcement, along with 16 others. [3]

October 2010

Dept. for Work and Pensions
  • Association of Personal Injury Lawyers met with David Freud, Minister for Welfare Reform, to discuss Employer liability. [2]

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