Fri, 26 May|
Commercial Litigation Half-Day Conference 2023
The RFPG's Commercial Litigation Half-Day Conference 2023
Time & Location
26 May, 13:00 – 16:30
Glasgow, 12 Nelson Mandela Pl, Glasgow G2 1BT, UK
About the event
The RFPG's Commercial Litigation conference 2023, featuring seminars from leading commerical litigators from both Axiom and Ampersand Advocates.
Please check back for further details as they become available.
Rachel Breen will speak on the Formation of Contracts.
Murray Steel will deliver a seminar on Contractual Interpretation.
Garry Borland K.C. will talk on the Material Breach of Contracts.
Tim Young will give a brief overview of Causation and Loss Issues.
About the speakers:
Garry Borland K.C., Tim Young, Murray Steel & Rachel Breen
Rachel is currently a devil at the Faculty of Advocates. She will join Axiom Advocates after calling to the Bar next month. Prior to devilling, Rachel trained and subsequently worked as an Associate at Freshfields. Her practise as a solicitor included competition litigation, commercial disputes and public law.
Garry Borland K.C. specialises in commercial litigation. He took first class degree in law from Glasgow University and Oxford University (St John’s College). He was called to the Scottish Bar in 2000. As a junior, he was standing counsel to HMRC. He took silk in 2014. The same year he was called to the English Bar (Middle Temple). As regards his practice in Scotland, he is a member of Axiom Advocates. He is also a practising member of 4 New Square in London. Garry is currently rated as a Band 1 silk by Chambers in the areas of commercial litigation; construction; and restructuring and insolvency. He is the only Scottish silk rated by Who’s Who Legal for company law. He is also rated by the Legal 500 as a leading silk in commercial litigation and also construction.
By booking this ticket, you are declaring that you are a member of the Royal Faculty of Procurators in Glasgow. All records will be checked before attendance and invoices will be sent to those found in breech.
+£3.75 service fee
+£3.75 service fee