Annual Personal Injury Conference
Thursday 11th May 2017
1:00pm - 5:00pm
The Royal Institution of Great Britain, 21 Albemarle Street, London, W1S 4BS
Time: 1.00pm – 5.00pm
Followed by a drinks and canapés reception
Delegates registration: 12.00pm
£95 plus VAT per delegate.
Public sector bodies (including academic institutions & trade unions)
£75 plus VAT per delegate.
For every 2 places booked, receive a third free.
About the conference:
12 King’s Bench Walk’s Annual Personal Injury Conference is an excellent learning and development opportunity for all those with an interest or practice in this area. The event will focus on recent developments and will cover a diverse range of issues relevant to you and your organisation, enabling you to stay at the leading edge of your profession. Our events are friendly and participative and are a valuable opportunity to network with colleagues and to speak with leading barristers who have a wealth of expertise and knowledge in these areas. The conference is supplemented with an in-depth information pack – a useful resource for post-conference reference.
A drinks and canapés reception, with entertainment, will follow the conference from 5-7pm.
The free 12KBW mobile application will be available for all the delegates and speakers approximately 2 weeks before the conference.
This event will be accredited with 3 APIL hours and can be used in CPD reflections.
This year the conference is being held at The Royal Institution of Great Britain.
How to register:
Please either –
Download the Event Flyer to fill out by hand and return by post, or scan and email it
Download Registration Form to fill out electronically and return by email
To e-mail this form, please send as an attachment to Matilda Hawes at email@example.com
To return by post, please send the booking form to:
Matilda Hawes, 12 King’s Bench Walk, Temple, London, EC4Y 7EL
DX: 1037 London Chancery Lane
For further information, please call 020 7415 8327
IMPORTANT: All bookings for 12KBW Events are bound by our Terms & Conditions.