We would like to invite you to our thirteenth annual Personal Injury Litigation Conference on Friday 1st March 2019 at the Albert Hall, Nottingham.
The seminar is aimed at solicitors, legal executives, claims handlers, case funders and all those who have an interest in the field of personal injury litigation.
Due to the popularity of the breakout sessions, we will be repeating the format this year. When completing the booking form you will be invited to book a session of your choice. Please note that places are limited and breakout sessions will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
The programme attracts five SRA continuing professional development points at advanced level and is accredited by APIL Training (subject to confirmation).
Latest Developments in Disease – Are there any?
Jayne Adams QC– Ropewalk Chambers
Current Issues in Coronial Law
Andrew McNamara– Ropewalk Chambers
Samuel Shelton – Ropewalk Chambers
The Only Way is Ethics – The perspective from a surveillance angle
Anthony Heaton – Managing Director, The Brownsword Group
Claims for Future Loss and Ogden 7
Gareth McAloon – Ropewalk Chambers
Damian Powell – Ropewalk Chambers
Breakout Session 1
Burden of Proof – The application of res ipsa loquitur in clinical negligence claims
Rochelle Rong – Ropewalk Chambers
Katie McFarlane – Ropewalk Chambers
Breakout Session 2
Claims Against the MIB
Kate Longson – Ropewalk Chambers
Alexandra Pountney – Ropewalk Chambers
Breakout Session 3
Occupiers’ Liability/Vicarious Liability
Christopher Lowe – Ropewalk Chambers
Jonathan Owen – Ropewalk Chambers
Andrew Lyons – Ropewalk Chambers
Tom Carter – Ropewalk Chambers
Thomas Herbert – Ropewalk Chambers
Kayleigh Brooks – Ropewalk Chambers
Megan Verity – Ropewalk Chambers
Feedback from the Personal Injury Litigation Conference 2018:
“Very informative and enjoyable day with friendly approachable counsel.”
“Once again, up to its normal excellent standard.”
“The conference was well organised and the speakers were great. The venue and food were lovely.”
Refreshments are available throughout the day and lunch will be provided.
The Albert Hall is situated in the centre of Nottingham with full facilities for those with disabilities and car parking nearby.
The Albert Hall Conference Centre
North Circus Street
24, The Ropewalk,
Nottingham, NG1 5EF.
Telephone: +44 (0) 115 947 2581
Fax: +44 (0) 115 947 6532
DX: 10060 Nottingham 17
Opening hours: 8:00am to 6:00pm
Out of hours:
Tony Hill – 07850 086097
Alan Odiam – 07771 603929