Introduction to Actions Against the Police

Date: Monday 24 February 2014

Time: 09:15 - 17:15

Location: 54 Doughty Street, London, WC1N 2LS

Venue: Doughty Street Chambers

Speakers: Alex Gask, Tony Murphy - Bhatt Murphy

CPD: 6

Fee: £215.00

This course is intended for claimant practitioners new to the area of civil actions against the police and detaining authorities. As well as the theory covered on the day, this is an invaluable opportunity to discuss tips and tactics with fellow claimant practitioners and trainers who have a long history of litigating in this area.

Topics include:

• Key causes of action
• Complex area of limitation
• Identifying and preserving viable cases   
• Assessing quantum
• Tips on funding and pre-action conduct
• A comprehensive case study

'Please note that this course is for claimants' lawyers only'

Aims and Objectives
The course provides a comprehensive introduction to the legal aspects of police misconduct and civil actions against the police.  Strategy and tactics for effective practice will be discussed throughout the day.  Case studies and delegate participation will help clarify these issues.

Area of Specialism
Intended for practitioners new to the area of civil actions against the police and detaining authorities. The course is open to claimant lawyers only.

Course Materials/Resources
Lecture format. Case studies and question and answer sessions enable delegates to explore the recent developments in this area of law. 

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