Jo Delahunty QC is a leading family practitioner. On 8th May she will be sharing her experiences of the uses and abuses of Experts in court.
Although mainly focusing on the family arena this meeting will be of interest to all experts as there now appears to be an increasing cross-over both in practice and regulation with a sharing of successful ideas across the differing systems (Civil/Criminal/Family etc).
As a successful forensic accountant and head of a team of forensic accountants Fiona Hotston Moore has to ensure there is a steady flow of new instructions coming through the door.
Fiona will share her practical tips in using social media as an Expert Witness to raise profile, maintain relationships with fellow professionals, generate opportunities and to build professional credibility.
The use of Social Media by profesionals is often a tricky balance of commercial activity against professional reserve.
Stephen Walker has spoken at workshops and conferences on developing your business as a mediator. He is also a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and lectures on Mediation on the Masters in Construction Law at Kings College London.
His Honour Judge David Grant, is the Principal Judge of the Technology & Construction Court in Birmingham and will be giving members and guests the opportunity to learn about current trends in Expert Evidence and in particular hot-tubbing as perceived from the bench.