Grahame Aldous QC joins Inns of Court College of Advocacy panel of expert speakers for webinar on expert evidence

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15/10/2020

Grahame Aldous QC is joining an Inns of Court College of Advocacy panel of expert speakers for a webinar to discuss issues arising from expert evidence before the courts. Grahame is the editor of the ICCA Guide to the Preparation, Admission and Examination of Expert Evidence, and has appeared in a number of leading cases involving the duties of experts in clinical negligence and personal injury claims.

He joins an impressive line-up. There will be presentations from Richard Indge of EY who will talk of his experience as an expert, Lady Justice Andrews will share the perspective of a judge on the use of experts, and Professor Jane Hutton will cover statistics on infections and deaths from Covid-19 and the difficulties and implications in collecting and interpreting statistics and expert opinions.

The webinar is being held on Wednesday 4th November 2020 between 5.00 and 7.00 pm. Click here for booking details:  https://www.icca.ac.uk/events/icca-experts-webinar/

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