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Essential knowledge for the expert witness

A one-day conference, for all levels of experience, covering the essentials of working competently as an expert witness.

Date: 23 March 2018

Location: London

Time: 9:30AM - 4:30PM

Are you interested in updating your skills as an expert witness?  Or setting up in practice?

This one-day conference, for all levels of experience, will cover the essentials of working competently as an expert witness.

 

Conference highlights:

With a programme designed to ensure you hear the latest views from medico legal experts, have the chance to get your questions answered and develop your network, the conference will include:

  • Consultant physician and barrister, Dr Michael Fertleman will give a unique perspective on dos and don’ts of a medico-legal report.
  • Mr Giles Eyre, Barrister from 9 Gough Square will be discussing communication skills for experts.
  • Ms Karen Harrold of the Crown Prosecution Service will give a coroner’s perspective.
  • Dr Itiel Dror will explain cognitive bias in medico-legal reports.

 

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How to book

BMA members: £140.00 + VAT (total £168.00)

Non-members: £250.00 + VAT (total £300.00)

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BMA House<br/>Tavistock Square<br/>London<br/>WC1H 9JP

Address:

BMA House
Tavistock Square
London
WC1H 9JP

Tel: 020 7383 6605

Contacts

Organiser:

Email: [email protected]

Tel: 0207 383 6605

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