Training & Events
Our clients tell us that training and updates are an important part of the service we provide. Our barristers run regular in-house training and seminars, as well as speaking at legal and bar associations and industry conferences, on a variety of subjects. As well as involving barristers of all call, these often draw on our network of specialist external advisors.
Complex Personal Injury, Conferences
Edward Faulks QC was the Keynote Speaker at the Association of British Insurers' Civil Justice Reform event on 29th January. With over 100 delegates in attendance, he spoke on the reforms to civil ...
Complex Personal Injury, Medical Law
We are delighted to announce that we are organising a series of seminars on Chronic Pain; Fraudulent Claims; and Stress at Work in June and July this year.
Conferences, Travel & Cross Border Claims
We're delighted to announce that Sarah Prager will, again, be speaking at the ABTA Travel Law Seminar, 22-23rd May 2019. To see the other speakers and programme, click
Seminars, Travel & Cross Border Claims
KINDLY SPONSORED BY JMW & LEIGH DAY SOLICTORS: Matthew Chapman QC and Sarah ...
Complex Personal Injury, Seminars
Fee: £30 + VAT PI Legal Update: recent developments of the law in relation to illegality, fraud and fundamental dishonesty; and the latest developments in the duty of care owed ...
Complex Personal Injury, Conferences, Public Authority Liability
Complex Personal Injury, Public Authority Liability, Seminars
Fee: £30 + VAT The recent Court of Appeal judgment in CN v Poole Borough Council [
Conferences, Medical Law
Chaired: Simon Readhead QC Keynote Speaker: Lord Faulks QC Panel: Lisa Dobie On 28th February ...
Complex Personal Injury, Conferences, Public Authority Liability, Seminars
1 Chancery Lane Speakers: Dr David Thomson, Legal round up: Andrew Warnock QC, Matthew Chapman QC, Laura Johnson and Jack ...
Complex Personal Injury, Seminars, Travel & Cross Border Claims
Expert evidence and causation: Tuesday 12th December 2017 Following the decision of the Court of Appeal in Wood v TUI UK Limited the focus has shifted from the ...