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INQUEST Lawyers Group evening training conference: themes and developments in inquest law, practice and procedure

13 October 2015

When :  4:30pm -  8pm Wednesday 4 November 2015
 
Where: Doughty Street Chambers
              53-54 Doughty Street
              London WC1N 2LS

The INQUEST Lawyers Group warmly invites practitioners to an evening conference on the key themes and recent developments in inquest law, practice and procedure.

Inquest Practice and Procedure, Coronial Law and Judicial Review, and the Chief Coroner’s Guidance, Law Sheets and Bench Book

Specialist inquest practitioners, including Sarah Ricca (Deighton Pierce Glynn), Deborah Coles (INQUEST), Jesse Nicholls (Doughty Street Chambers), Sara Lomri (Bindmans), Caoilfhionn Gallagher (Doughty Street Chambers), Nancy Collins (Irwin Mitchell) and Kirsten Heaven (Garden Court Chambers) will cover a wide range of the current key issues in inquest law, practice and procedure, including:
 
•         The Chief Coroner’s Guidance, Law Sheets and Bench Book: points to look out for, how to use the Chief Coroner’s resources in inquest proceedings, and possible challenges.
 
•         Natural causes deaths: the state of the law, Article 2 arguments, funding, and practical tips on approaching inquest hearings in natural causes cases.
 
•         Open justice and media reporting restrictions at inquests: the role of the media in inquest proceedings and making open justice arguments on behalf of the media and bereaved families.
 
•         A year in coronial law and inquest judicial review: recent inquest and Article 2 judicial review, the role of the Chief Coroner in the Administrative Court, and future challenges.

•         Recent solicitor and barrister experiences and practical tips for effective representation.

The conference will carry 3.5 hours of accredited CPD and training materials will be provided to all delegates.

Cost: £60 ILG members, £40  junior barristers (less than 3 years call + pupils) £85 non ILG members. All proceeds go to INQUEST and will help to support our vital work.

Drinks and refreshments will be provided courtesy of Doughty Street Chambers.

Please book early to avoid disappointment and let us know you’ve paid by email. You can pay online here

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