INQUEST Annual Northern Conference and Quiz: Funding, Inquest Practice and Procedure, and Post-inquest Remedies
Thursday 16 June 2016
Garden Court North Chambers
3rd Floor, Blackfriars House, Parsonage
Manchester M3 2JA
Specialist inquest practitioners, including representatives from INQUEST, Pete Weatherby QC (Garden Court North), Kate Stone (Garden Court North), Gemma Vine (Lester Morrill), Clair Hilder (Hodge Jones & Allen) and Jude Bunting (Doughty Street Chambers), will cover a wide range of the current key issues in inquest law, procedure and practice, including:
- Funding: effective applications, securing ECF, case law, CCMS
- Coronial law update
- Inquiries – when an inquest should become an inquiry.
- Post-inquest Remedies – judicial review, s13 applications, civil claims
- Corporate Manslaughter and Unlawful Killing Conclusions
- Key Note – Hillsborough
The conference will carry 4 hours of accredited CPD and training materials will be provided to all delegates.
Time: 1pm to 5.15pm
Date: 16 June 2016
Venue: Garden Court North, Manchester
The conference will be followed by the annual INQUEST Quiz Up North. Make a saving today by purchasing a place on the conference and a ticket for the quiz at the same time.
Cost of Conference: £60 for INQUEST members, £75 for non-members
Cost of Quiz: Per Ticket - £50
Saver Rate: Training and Quiz ticket - £100 for INQUEST members, £115 for non-members (available until 20 May 2016)
All proceeds go to INQUEST and will help to support their vital work.
The quiz ticket includes pizza and alcoholic/non-alcoholic drink coupons.
|Booking rates for INQUEST Annual Northern Conference and INQUEST Quiz Up North on Thursday 16 June 2016:|
|Conference only - ILG members||
|Conference only - Non-ILG members||£75|
|INQUEST Quiz Up North only||£50|
|Saver rate (conference and quiz) - ILG members||£100|
|Saver rate (conference and quiz) - non-ILG members||£115|
‘We would like to thank INQUEST and our case worker for their help and support. INQUEST is a real lifeline for people who have lost loved ones and they have helped us practically and emotionally. They are worthy of much more funding than they receive to carry on their excellent work in increasing understanding in this area and in the way they support bereaved families.’
– Family of a man who died in custody