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Representing Families at Inquests:  A Practical Guide


08.45  Registration and refreshments

09.20   Chair’s Welcome and Introduction
Lisa O’Dwyer, Director of Medico-Legal Services, Action against Medical Accidents


09.30   An Update on AvMA’s Pro-Bono Inquest Service
Lisa O’Dwyer, Director of Medico-Legal Services, Action against Medical Accidents


09.50   Preparation for Inquest
Ross McWilliams, Associate Solicitor, Irwin Mitchell Soilcitors


10.30   Preparing for the Pre-Inquest Review
Rachel Young, Barrister, Ropewalk Chambers


11.00   Refreshments


11.15 Disclosure
Lesley Herbertson, Partner, Potter Rees Solicitors


12.05  Expert Evidence
Ana Samuel, Barrister, Complete Counsel & Assistant Coroner, Birmingham & Solihull


12.35 Article 2
Sam Harmel, Barrister, King’s Chambers


13.05   Lunch


13.55 Funding for Inquests

  • Crowd Justice Funding – Lauren Watson, LEgal Partnerships, Crowd Justice Funding
  • Private fundijng and/or CFA’s – Dominic Woodhouse, National Training Manager, PIC


14.55 Learning from Inquests
Charles Austin, Barrister, Complete Counsel


15.35   Refreshments


15.35 The Coroner’s Perspective on Healthcare Inquests
Fiona Borrill, Area Coroner, Manchester City


16.35 The Inquest and Subsequent Civil Claims
Patrick Sadd, Barrister, Outer Temple Chambers


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