Local Authority Conference 2019

  • When: October 29, 2019
  • Where: The Hilton Hotel, Deansgate, Manchester
  • Summary: The Local Authority Conference is a joint event from Manchester Law Society and 11KBW Chambers
  • Details:

    Barristers from award-winning 11KBW will tackle the big questions in local authority law and what they mean for local authorities, their in-house legal teams and advisers. They will look at recent developments in legislation and case law across a number of key areas.

    9.30 am           Registration

    10.00 am         Introduction from Chair – Peter Oldham QC             

    10.05 am         Cuts and Closures Peter Oldham QC

    10.35 am         The last 12 months in Education Law Tom Cross

    11.05 am         Question & Answer Session

    11.10 am         COFFEE BREAK

    11.30 am         Procurement Update Joseph Barrett

    12.00 pm         Question & Answer Session

    12.05 pm         Community Care Update Joanne Clement

    12.35 pm         Question & Answer Session

    12.40 pm         LUNCH

    1.30 pm           Introduction from Chair – James Goudie QC

    1.35 pm           Judicial Review Update Paul Greatorex

    2.00 pm           GDPR and Information Law Update David Glen/Christopher Parkin

    2.30 pm           CN & GN v Poole BC: Negligence liability of public authorities James Goudie QC

    3.00 pm           Question & Answer Session

    3.10 pm           Close from Chair                  

    3.15 pm           AFTERNOON TEA

                     

     

    Please note the speakers are subject to change due to court commitments. Any replacement speaker will be recognised leaders in their fields from 11KBW.

    Cost to attend:

    MLS Members £85.00 + VAT (£102.00) Non-members £100.00 + VAT (£120.00)

    Book your place online here.

    Alternatively you can book by completing and returning the Local Authority Conference 19 Manchester booking form
    or email VictoriaRidge@manchesterlawsociety.org.uk

    By booking a place on this course you are agreeing to our terms and conditions details of which can be found here.

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