Full agenda is available here.
Now in its 16th year, this is a must-attend annual event for all those working in the field of professional discipline. Our panel of expert speakers includes three leading regulators and three silks, and we will cover the issues that exercise practitioners as well as commentary on the new SRA Code of Conduct. We will review crucial judgments in the legal and financial regulatory sectors over the past 12 months on issues including dishonesty, discrimination, experts and legal privilege and hear from a regulator on how the Bawa-Garba case has impacted on the way they conduct investigations. You will catch up with peers and friends and leave better equipped to advise on the key principles of professional disciplinary law in your everyday practice.
Who should attend
The conference is designed for lawyers working in the field of professional regulation, advising both regulators and professionals
Why you should attend
- For expert commentary on the impact of the most important cases of the past 12 months
- Gain early insight into the new SRA Code of Conduct from the regulator itself
- Understand how regulators investigate post Bawa-Garba
- Catch up with existing contacts and make new ones
- Last but not least, Kenneth Hamer’s legendary case law update
Up to the minute case law, comment and policy from regulatory lawyers on both sides of the fence
Central Law Training is delighted to be working again with Nick Leale of Blake Morgan to chair this conference. Both he and the firm are ranked in Band 1 for professional discipline by Chambers.
Legal Regulation and the new SRA Code
Paul Pretty of the BSB and Juliet Oliver of the SRA
Privilege post SFO v ENRC
Sarah Clarke QC and Rachel Spearing
Challenges on discrimination grounds
Ivan Hare QC
Bawa-Garba and the impact on investigations
Clare Strickland, NMC
Arif Hussein: lessons learned
Sarah Clarke QC
Experts (including Paton and B v GMC)
Paul Ozin QC
Impairment and sanctions
If Carlsberg did Case Law Updates….
Book now or make an enquiry by calling our client services team on 0121 362 7705 or by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.