Fatal and Serious Non-Accidental Injuries Seminar 4 – Chester
Please join us in-person or online for the final event in our new series of Fatal and Serious Non-Accidental Injuries seminars. The other event in the series will take place in Liverpool and will also be available online.
The final seminar takes place on 7th March both in-person at the Chester Grosvenor Hotel and online via Microsoft Teams with our Children Law Silks: Frances Heaton KC, Karl Rowley KC, Lorraine Cavanagh KC, Kate Burnell KC, Joseph O’Brien KC and Shaun Spencer KC, along with a guest speaker Professor Tony Freemont.
Our Silks will cover a range of topics including:
– The instruction of experts and expert meetings
– Expert evidence – when we do need to hear from them and deconstructing expert medical/pathological evidence
– Case management of medically complex and fatal cases including whether a causation hearing is actually necessary
– When and how the alleged perpetrator’s account should be taken for the Family Court, and addressing the dilemma of giving evidence when facing a criminal trial for murder or other serious criminality
– The law around perpetration and pool findings
At the Chester event our Silks will be joined by a guest expert Pathologist who will be announced at a later date.
We invite you to stay for drinks after the event, to catch up with the speakers and members of our Children Law team.
This seminar is a hybrid event, taking place both in-person at the Chester Grosvenor Hotel and online via Microsoft Teams. The cost is £50+VAT for each event.
We look forward to seeing you.
Frances Heaton KC, Karl Rowley KC, Lorraine Cavanagh KC, Kate Burnell KC, Joseph O’Brien KC, Shaun Spencer KC, and a guest expert Pathologist.
Online and at the Chester Grosvenor Hotel