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28 May 2021: Nicholas Baatz QC to join panel at EWI’s Annual Conference 2020

29th Apr 2021

Nicholas Baatz QC will participate in EWI’s (Expert Witness Institute) Annual Conference 2021: Lawyers and Experts: Facing the future together.

This online conference will bring together expert witnesses, solicitors, barristers and eminent judges to discuss the key issues facing the expert community.

Nicholas will join a panel to discuss some of the most recent cases and thinking, especially around issues that experts need to be aware of in the courts.

This conference is aimed at:

  • Experienced experts looking to develop their practice
  • New experts looking to develop their understanding
  • Those who work with or instruct experts

For further information or to register please click here.

 





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