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How civil practice just got interesting
Date:
Tuesday 01 December 2020
Time:
05:30pm - 06:30pm
Speaker:
Charles Hennessy
Seminar Details:

Charles Hennessy will talk about recent trends in procedure, along with the ad hoc reforms forced upon us all by the pandemic. Will some of the necessary adaptations in rules and practice stick?  Do we want them to stick?  How might they change the way we litigate in the next five years?  Have litigators anything to fear or to cheer?

Charles is the convener of the Royal Faculty of Procurators in Glasgow Education Committee and an expert on civil procedure and practice.

 

Booking fee:   members £30;   non-members £50;   trainee/paralegal from member firm £10;   unemployed/trainee/paralegal from non-member firm £20

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