Gatehouse Chambers’ complex Inquest and Inquiries Team continue their series of 6 inquest training sessions to take you through the Autumn. The sessions provide a breadth of subjects for all levels of practice, including a session for those starting their practice in inquests through to the more complicated judgement calls regarding Rule 22 and self-incrimination.
A finding of neglect is often used as a springboard to a civil claim for damages, and can be a devastating blow to organisations and individuals found to have been neglectful. Aneurin and
Emma discuss the rules, pitfalls, and tips for success in this Brew.
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