Trials and tribulations – top tips for expert witnesses - Oxford, Tuesday 10 October 2017
Trial experience is invaluable, but can be hard to come by.
Our interactive seminar will provide expert witnesses with the opportunity to gain real insight into the trial process, and give them guidance on factors that can influence a judge’s decision.
The seminar will also look at the broader role of expert witnesses, including the art of preparing joint statements as well as what solicitors and barristers want from them.
Ian Carrier, partner and head Oxford Personal Injury Department and the firm’s Spinal Injuries team.
Dr Simon Law, Consultant in pain medicine
Dr Simon Law is a dedicated Consultant in pain medicine and currently holds a position at the West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust. The main interests of Dr Law’s pain clinic are spinal pain, neuropathic (nerve) pain and interventions for headache and facial pain. Simon has a wealth of medicolegal experience from conducting examinations and preparing reports to court.
Mark Lomas is a highly experienced advocate. After an early background in criminal trial advocacy and a wide variety of common law claims, he has spent more than 25 years developing a specialist practice in personal injury and clinical negligence litigation, and related aspects of professional negligence and inquisitorial hearings. He acts for both claimants and defendants in personal injury claims, and predominantly for claimants in clinical negligence claims.
Hugh Rimmer specialises in personal injury, clinical negligence and costs. He is Deputy Head of the Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence Group at 3PB. He receives regular instructions in multi-track cases, from claimants and defendants, as well as delivering seminars and training in his subject areas.
Hamish Dunlop is an experienced personal injury and clinical negligence barrister who enjoys a formidable reputation for his expertise and client friendly manner. He advises and represents clients on a range of personal injury and clinical negligence claims, involving both serious injury and death. His practice includes high value and sometimes high profile claims and he advises on personal and medical short term and long term care and life time housing requirements where appropriate.
Venue: Saïd Business School, West Wing Lecture Theatre, Park End Street, Oxford OX1 1HP
Date & timings: Tuesday 10 October 2017, 5.30pm – 7.00pm
Cost: Free to attend. Networking over drinks and canapés after the event.
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