Join us on 21 and 22 June at the Law Society for this intensive masterclass and claim 10 hours of CPD including one hour of Regulatory Matters.
The course comprises lectures and small group modules with experienced practitioners dealing with the key elements of and recent developments in general personal injuries claims. The plaintiff’s and the defendant’s perspective will be addressed. The topics will include; the Statute of Limitations; the Personal Injuries Assessment Board; PI practice and procedure under the Civil Liability and Courts Act 2004 and the Rules of Court; Damages (recent trends and issues); Section 26 applications; recent case law; the Recoverable Benefit Scheme; claims involving an injured child; actuarial evidence; good practice and ethical issues; and costs.
The course will take place at the Law Society of Ireland and the fee is €425/€350*
Colette Reid, Solicitor, Law Society of Ireland
• Suzanne Hill, Solicitor and Assessor with the Injuries Board
• Noel Guiden, Legal Costs Accountant and managing partner of Behan & Assoc.
• Niamh Mc Hugh BL
• Shane M. Kelly BL
• Sinéad Nunan, Managing Partner, Michael Houlihan & Partners, Solicitors
• Stephen Hanaphy BL
To book by post download the Booking Form
For full programme details download the Brochure
For the full list of CPD seminars, masterclasses, and online programmes please contact a member of the Law Society Professional Training team or visit the CPD courses page
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Tel: 01 881 5727
* Applicable to Law Society Finuas Skillnet members