Timetables

Click on the following link to view/save/print the two December conferences Timetables:

Below is a further list of the two 2019 á-la-carte events’ seminars in sequence on each day. As the speakers provide us with their most updated presentations we upload them onto this page immediately. Occasionally speakers update their materials at the last minute just before the scheduled presentation itself, so to ensure you have their most up-to-date version we suggest that you perform the following immediately before or after actual presentation:

How To Access, Print or Save The Presentations/Materials:

To access the various presentations/papers as we receive them from the speakers ourselves, simply click on the link(s) to the .pdf’s of their PowerPoint Presentation(s) and/or Paper(s) below the individual seminar names in the list below, and if the speaker has furnished us with his/her presentation and/or paper it will open up on your screen in a separate tab.

When that link/tab opens on your screen you will then have the usual option to save and/or print them (if you like to have a hard copy thereof in front of you at the event).

If there is no link contained in any particular seminar PowerPoint Presentation and/or Paper, this means that as of right now (i.e. the time you are reading this) we have not received them from that particular speaker, and we suggest that you revisit this page from time to time to see if they have been uploaded (simply by testing it each time by clicking on the links to see if they open as separate tabs/pages, etc.).

Note: when Presentations and/or Papers have been uploaded onto this web-page and are accessible to you to save/print, the links to them (under the associated seminar names) usually appear as blue writing and sometimes underlined.

Mondays 2nd & 9th December, 2019:

Seminar No. 1 (8.10 – 9.40am) — Personal Injuries – Medical Negligence Law
Click HERE for the materials for Seminar No. 1 (A) (08.10 – 09.40am) – Personal Injuries – Medical Negligence Law – From The Plaintiff’s Perspective
Click HERE for the materials for Seminar No. 1 (B) (8.10 – 9.40am) — Personal Injuries – Medical Negligence Law – From The Defence Perspective

 

Seminar No. 2 (9.50 – 10.50am) — Personal Injuries – Medical Negligence In Emergency Departments
Click HERE for the materials for Seminar No. 2 (9.50 – 10.50am) — Personal Injuries – Medical Negligence In Emergency Departments

 

Seminar No. 3 (11.00am – 12.35pm) — Mental Health & Civil Litigation
Click HERE for the materials for Seminar No. 3 (11.00am – 12.35pm) — Mental Health & Civil Litigation

 

Seminar No. 4 (1.30 – 2.45pm) — Building Resilience Through Mindfulness
Click HERE for the materials for Seminar No. 4 (1.30 – 2.45pm) – Building Resilience Through Mindfulness

 

Seminar No. 5 (2.50 – 3.50pm) — Legal Services Regulatory Authority
Click HERE for the materials for Seminar No. 5 (2.50 – 3.50pm) — Legal Services Regulatory Authority 

 

Tuesdays 3rd & 10th December, 2019:

Seminar No. 6 (08.10 – 09.10am) — Land Registry Applications – What Can Go Wrong?
Click HERE for the materials for Seminar No. 6A (08.10 – 09.10am) — Land Registry Applications – What Can Go Wrong In General?

Click HERE for the materials for Seminar No. 6B (08.10 – 09.10am) — Land Registry Applications – What Can Go Wrong – Mapping

 

Seminar No. 7 (09.20 – 10.50am) — Our Annual ‘Tax & Solicitors’ Talk 2019
Click HERE for the materials for Seminar No. 7 – Limited Liability Partnerships, Topical Tax Issues, & Succession Planning Update 2020

 

Seminar No. 8 (11.00am – 12.30pm) — Probate Applications – How To Reduce Errors & Waiting Times
Click HERE for the materials for Seminar No. 8 (11.00am – 12.30pm) — Probate Applications – How To Reduce Errors & Waiting Times

 

Seminar No. 9 (1.30 – 3.00pm) — Cyber Security 2019 – An Industry View
Click HERE for the materials for Seminar No. 9 (1.30 – 3.00pm) – Cyber Security 2019 – An Industry View

 

Seminar No. 10 (3.00 – 4.30pm) — GDPR & The Data Protection Act, 2018 – Their Impact On Litigation

Materials for No. 10 (3.00 – 4.30pm) – GDPR & The Data Protection Act, 2018 – Their Impact On Litigation – available on request 🙂