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june 11TH 2020

Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre

Westminster, London

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The Medico-Legal Conference is set to be the UK’s leading event bringing together medico-legal professionals and industry experts. Attend to experience our high-level programme of speakers, interactive exhibition zone and networking. The event takes place at London’s prestigious Queen Elizabeth II Centre, Westminster on June 11th 2020. The conference will start at 10am and be followed by a champagne networking reception at 5pm.

 

2019 Keynote Speaker: Sir Rupert Jackson, retired Justice of the Court of Appeal of England and Wales. During his time in the Court of Appeal he produced the comprehensive Review of Civil Litigation Costs (known as the ‘Jackson Reforms’).

 

2019 Expert Speakers included:

 

  • Dr Chris Danbury, Consultant Intensive Care Physician
  • Peter Causton, Solicitor, Barrister, Mediator, Deputy District Judge
  • Linda Millband, Head of Clinical Negligence, Thompsons Solicitors
  • Dominic Regan, Professor and an acknowledged authority on civil litigation and liability
  • Kerry Underwood, Senior Partner, Underwoods Solicitors
  • David Stothard, Managing Director MAPs Medical
  • Olive Lewin, Partner, Leigh Day
  • Ann Logan, Partner, Balfour+Manson LLP

 

Benefits of Attending:

  •  Be updated on the latest medico-legal developments, reforms and issues
  •  Hear from the lawyers involved in some of the most recent high profile cases
  •  Learn about the increasing role of mediation in settling medico-legal claims
  •  Gain new insights into writing medico-legal reports and avoiding difficulties
  •  Enjoy excellent networking opportunities, including a Champagne reception

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