Members of 9 Gough Chambers Personal Injury team to attend PIBA Annual Conference in Oxford



The Personal Injury Bar Association (PIBA), is holding its Annual Conference at St Catherine’s College in Oxford from Friday 22nd to Sunday 24th March.

Abigail Stamp will be delivering a Quantum Update and Helen Pooley will be speaking on Animals Act Claims.

Andrew Ritchie QC, Jacob Levy QCLaura Begley, Nicolas Hillier, Gaurang NaikJohnathan PayneRobert HornerGurion TaussigSabrina HartshornEsther PounderHugh RimmerAbigail StampBen Rodgers and Laura Hibberd will be attending the conference.

More information including the conference programme can be found here.

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