INQUEST Annual Northern Conference:  Funding, Inquest Practice and Procedure, and Post Inquest Remedies

13.05.16 | |

INQUEST warmly invites you to a half-day conference held in the North where we will look at issues concerning funding, practice and procedure and post inquest remedies.  

Specialist inquest practitioners, including, a representative from INQUEST, Pete Weatherby QC (Garden Court North), Kate Stone (Garden Court North), Gemma Vine (Lester Morrill), Clair Hilder (Hodge Jones & Allen), Jude Bunting (Doughty Street Chambers) who will cover a wide range of the current key issues in inquest law, procedure and practice, including:

  • Funding: effective applications, securing ECF, Case Law, CCMS
  • Coronial law update
  • Inquiries – when an Inquest should become an Inquiry.
  • Post Inquest Remedies – Judicial Review, s13 Applications, Civil Claims
  • Corporate Manslaughter and Unlawful Killing Conclusions
  • Key Note – Hillsborough

 The conference will carry 4 hours of accredited CPD and training materials will be provided to all delegates.

 Time: 1pm to 5.15pm

 Date: 16 June 2016

 Venue: Garden Court North, Manchester

The Conference will be followed by the Annual “Quiz up North”. Make a saving by purchasing a place on the conference and a ticket for the Quiz at the same time.

Costs:

Cost of Conference: £60 for INQUEST members, £75 for non-members

Cost of Quiz: Per Ticket - £50.00  

Saver Rate: Training and Quiz ticket - £100.00 for INQUEST members, £115.00 for non members.  Book by Friday 20 May 2016.

All proceeds go to INQUEST and will help to support our vital work.

 

Drinks and refreshments will be provided courtesy of Garden Court North, Lester Morrill Solicitors and Stephensons Solicitors during the Conference and the Quiz.

Your quiz ticket includes Pizza and alcoholic/non alcoholic drink coupons.

 

To avoid disappointment book early online or by email.

 

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