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INQUEST Lawyers Group evening training conference: themes and developments in inquest law, practice and procedure
13 October 2015
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:
• 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
‘No other organisation has worked so closely with bereaved families throughout the investigation and inquest process. INQUEST has a unique insight into the daily difficulties families face while striving to cope in the aftermath of a death in custody. The Skills and Support Toolkit can provide you with practical advice needed to continue and maintain your day to day life at a time when even the simplest of tasks can seem insurmountable, or help you develop the skills needed to mount a campaign. ’
– Mother of a child who died in prison