Inspire MediLaw’s annual conference brings together medical and legal professionals from across the UK to get the latest medico-legal updates and insights on a range of topics, from report writing to causation.
This conference offers exceptional value for money given the very high-calibre of speakers.
Unlike many medico-legal conferences, Inspire MediLaw’s event is designed solely for medical professionals.
Chaired by Simon Readhead KC, Barrister, Deka Chambers and President of the Medico-Legal Society
This year’s conference will be chaired by Simon Readhead KC.
Alongside Simon, we’ll also be welcoming a host of other high-profile speakers, who will cover:
Our legal speakers are all ranked highly in the Legal 500. We’ll also be welcoming experienced medical experts from a cross section of specialities who will share their own experiences of medico-legal practice.
Network with like-minded clinicians
You’ll have plenty of opportunities to network with others working in the medico-legal profession and hear the lived experiences of legal and medical professionals.
The event is suitable for established medical expert witnesses and newcomers to the role. It is also suitable for medical professionals who have specific interests in medico-legal issues
Legal update on the pitfalls and intricacies of medicolegal expert evidence
Laura Begley and Ella Davies, Barristers, Deka Chambers (TBC)
Panel discussion on report writing – top tips from our legal panel
Joe McManus, Partner, Kennedys, Paul Sankey, Clinical Negligence Solicitor and Partner, Enable Law, John White, Solicitor and Partner, Enable Law and Lauren Sutherland KC
Addressing the legal issues: Material contribution
How to survive an inquest
Conferences with Counsel
Giles Eyre, Barrister (TBC)
Experts – the good, the bad and the ugly
Lauren Sutherland KC and Isabel Bathurst, Inquest, Inquiry and Injury solicitor
Personal injury talk (title to be confirmed)
The business of running a successful medico-legal practice
(Mr Stuart Matthews, Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Consultant, Dr Adrian Rees, GP)
Defence work - the future of medico-legal claims in the NHS
Round up and close
Round up and close