Course Overview: Learn how to give evidence clearly and effectively in this intensive training session, led by Dr Simon Fox QC. Through interactive role play in a small group, you’ll build your knowledge of court procedures and enhance your presentation skills. You’ll also be given feedback on your performance.
This session is limited to six people to ensure delegates get the most out of the training.
Course Overview: This two-day CPD course for medical professionals provides excellent preparation for expert witness work in clinical negligence litigation.
You’ll explore a whole range of issues, including the legal framework and processes, effective report writing, the conference with counsel, dealing with the meeting of experts, and giving evidence in court.
This course is ideal for clinicians who are new to expert witness work and for experienced professionals who are looking to refresh and expand their knowledge.
Course Overview: This event provides a fascinating overview of the inquest process for clinicians.
Our training is led by a highly experienced solicitor, hospital consultant and Coroner, who will explain the scope and processes involved in an inquest. With a practical focus, you’ll learn tips on writing a factual witness statement for the Coroner and giving evidence at the inquest. You'll also attend a real inquest in Oxford on day 2.
This training is led by Isabel Bathurst, Inquest Solicitor and Dr Colin Holburn, who is highly experienced in giving evidence at inquests. Professor Paul Marks, Neurosurgeon and Coroner, will also shares his expert insights.
Course Overview: Learn how to manage the day-to-day running of a medico-legal practice, from the legal processes through to client management, fees and marketing your business. You’ll get top tips on how to improve your CV and find clients in the medico-legal sector.
Run by the Inspire MediLaw team, this one-day course is aimed at medical professionals, medico-legal secretaries, and practice managers. It is ideal if you are either starting out or developing your medico-legal practice.
Course Overview: This two-day training course equips medical professionals with all the knowledge required to be successful expert witnesses in clinical negligence litigation.
We’ll cover the key topics in expert witness work, from the legal framework through to successful report writing, managing conferences with counsel and meetings with experts, and giving evidence in court.
Our trainers include one of the UK's most respected QCs, a highly experienced medical expert witness, a partner at a leading law firm and a professor of law.