EARLY BIRD OFFER - book on or before 20 December from only £140 + VAT*
The practice of personal injury law has expanded in recent years and this very comprehensive conference will reflect this breadth.
Damages in non-accidental claims including child abuse, rape and harassment will be considered, along with travel accidents, industrial diseases, the use of personal injury trusts, expert employment reports and updates on quantum and expenses.
With a very practical outlook, this conference, chaired by Iain Nicol of Balfour & Manson, is essential for all personal injury lawyers.
Reasons to join us
Hear about the latest developments in expenses and quantum
Consider the issue of damages in non-accidental claims
Understand how to advise clients who have an accident abroad
Learn from a panel of expert speakers
Network with your peers at Scotland’s premier legal CPD event
What's being covered?
Damages in non-accidental claims Kim Leslie, Digby Brown
Expenses update Iain Nicol, Balfour & Manson
Accidents on board air and sea Mark Harvey, Hugh James
Quantum update Gavin Thornley, Compass Chambers
Personal injury trusts – the essentials Susanne Batchelor & Jessica Flowerdew, Brodies
Employment reports: loss of employability and future wage loss Gordon Cameron, Gordon Cameron Partnership
*SAVE ALMOST 25% - as a special early bird offer, all bookings made on or before 20th December on any of the 10 conferences forming Scots Law 2020 will attract the discounted price of only £140 +vat (CLT Members) or £220 +vat (Non Members). Prices after the offer ends will revert to £180 +vat (CLT Members) or £280 +vat (Non Members)