Expert witness seminar

Expert Witness Seminar – “Joined up thinking in Expert Evidence”. 

Tuesday 25 February 2020: 12pm to 6pm 

Irwin Mitchell, London, EC1N 2PZ

Prices: £50 (NHS Staff), £125 (Non-NHS Staff).

Our Expert Witness Seminars are aimed at any professional working within the field of personal and catastrophic injury – giving legal professionals and people working alongside spinal cord injured people the chance to gain valuable first-hand experience and knowledge from experts in their respective fields. 

Kindly supported by Irwin Mitchell Solicitors, we are pleased to announce our next Expert Witness seminar, taking place in February 2020 at their offices in London. As with all our previous events, a panel of experts from the medical and legal worlds will come together to share their experience and insights at an event not to be missed.

Lunch and refreshments are included in the price, with talks and discussion sessions running throughout the afternoon, and drinks and networking to follow into the early evening.

Topics covered by our panel of experts will include: 

– Legal Duties of an Expert and Part 35 CPR

Dan Lawson, Counsel, Cloisters Chambers

 – Initial Instructions and Client Visits

Julie Ho, Occupational Therapist

Nature and Content of Written Reports, and How to Structure Evidence

Steve Cumbers, Architect & Accommodation Expert

– Considering Latest Developments and Tech, and using Literature for Arguments

Jon Graham, Physiotherapist

– Preparing for Trial and Giving Evidence

   Maggie Sargent, Care Expert

Joint Statement of Experts, Agendas and What the Court Needs

William Latimer-Sayer QC, Cloisters Chambers

The Client’s Perspective

Ainsley Sinclair-Campbell

The Case Manager’s Perspective: Interplay between the Rehab and Medico-Legal Teams

Emma Way, Case Manager, Emma Way Associates

 

We hope you can join us. for further information, please either call: 01908 604 191 or email: [email protected] or to book your place at our event now, please complete the form below: 

 

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