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Inspire MediLaw organises first class accredited events to inform, assure and inspire medical and legal professionals. Inspire's events are unique and designed to explore the most relevant, topical and pressing medical and legal topics - based on careful research, attendee feedback and demand.

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June 2020

Conversations On Consent Webinar – Recording only available

15 June 2020
Recording of ABI conference
£50 18 tickets left

Consent in theory vs Consent in practice - it's a contentious topic for many in the medicolegal sector.

Each one of this series of interdisciplinary events will begin with a presentation on Consent by Lauren Sutherland QC. She will then be joined in conversation by leading a panel, including Dr Simon Fox QC & Tim Dudderidge (Urologist), who will also take questions from the floor.

Please stay for refreshments after the main session, network with your contemporaries in the medical and legal professionals, and take the opportunity to chat with the panel.

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September 2020

One Day Expert Witness Training for Medical Professionals (Personal Injury)

25 September 2020
Oxford Spires Hotel
£450 20 tickets left

Inspire MediLaw's training for PI professionals is designed specifically to guide & prepare clinicians to act as expert witnesses in personal injury litigation.

The course covers: the practicalities of setting up a medico-legal practice; what to expect from instructing parties; the legal procedural rules that govern expert witnesses; successful report writing; preparation of joint statements with opposing experts; meetings with counsel and giving evidence in court.

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October 2020

Medico-Legal issues in Cardiovascular Medicine and Surgery

2 October 2020
Virtual attendance
£325.00 31 tickets left

This medico-legal conference for clinical negligence lawyers will cover a range of issues relevant to investigating allegations of negligence in Cardiology, and the subsequent management and valuation of such claims.

The conference will provide medical knowledge for legal professionals, in the form of presentations by leading medical experts, lively discussion and debate, and the latest case studies.

We have a range of speakers lined up and are confident that this conference will be of interest to both claimant and defendant practitioners. It is a great opportunity to meet and build relationships with your counterparts in the sector.

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November 2020

Introduction to Inquests (clinicians as factual witnesses)

16 November 2020
Virtual via live stream (Zoom)
£375

This event is designed to provide an overview of the Inquest process. It is aimed at clinicians who have little or no experience of the Coroner’s Court, but who are likely to be called as a factual witness.

The training, delivered by Isabel Bathurst (Inquest lawyer) and Dr Chris Danbury (Consultant in Anaesthetics and Intensive Care Medicine) comprises an overview of the scope and processes of an Inquest; guidance and practical tips on writing a factual witness statement for the Coroner; giving evidence at the Inquest; and the possible next steps following a verdict.

"It was an great overview of the background and practical advice on how to prepare and answer questions at inquests." ~ January 2020 delegate

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Expert Witness Training for Medical Professionals (Clinical Negligence)

26 November 2020
Oxford Spires Hotel
£450 - £895 73 tickets left

Inspire's Expert Witness training is designed specifically to guide and prepare medical professionals for acting as expert witnesses in clinical negligence litigation.

The two day CPD course covers: the practicalities of setting up a medico-legal practice; what to expect from instructing parties; the legal procedural rules that govern expert witnesses; successful report writing; preparation of joint statements with opposing experts; meetings with counsel and giving evidence in court.

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December 2020

Annual Medico-Legal Expert Witness Conference & Networking 2020

4 December 2020
Oxford Thames Hotel
£250 - £275 65 tickets left

Our 2020 Annual Conference for expert witnesses in clinical negligence litigation will include panel discussion and workshops, as well as networking with fellow delegates & invited guests after the conference.

The day will include presentations on giving expert evidence to the Coroner: who's really responsible for making sure you are CPR Part 35 compliant; how should you go about obtaining & implementing feedback; what's the position on recording consultations with the claimant?

We look forward to seeing you there and hope you will join us after the event for networking!

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Conversations On Consent Oxford

4 December 2020
Venue TBC, Oxford
£95.00

Consent in theory vs Consent in practice - it's a contentious topic for many in the medicolegal sector.

This event is the last in our 2020 series of our panel and discussion sessions for lawyers and medics on the topic of Consent. It takes place at the close of our Annual Medicolegal Expert Witness Conference in Oxford, and tickets can be booked for the whole day, or this event only.

Please stay for refreshments after the Conversation closes, network with your contemporaries in the medical and legal professionals, and take the opportunity to chat with the panel.

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Expert Witness Training for Medical Professionals (Scotland)

14 December 2020
The Royal College of Physicians, Glasgow
£400 - £795

Inspire's Expert Witness training is designed specifically to guide and prepare medical professionals for acting as expert witnesses in clinical negligence litigation.

The two day CPD course covers: the practicalities of setting up a medico-legal practice; what to expect from instructing parties; the legal procedural rules that govern expert witnesses; successful report writing; preparation of joint statements with opposing experts; meetings with counsel and giving evidence in court.

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