Modern Litigation Trends Conference with Birmingham Law Society: September 2017

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This half day Modern Litigation Trends conference in affiliation with Birmingham Law Society, will address some of these issues and share the insights of five legal industry experts speaking on key elements of the litigation sector with the latest developments, challenges and the solutions available in 2017.


  • 12:00: Registration with lunch
  • 13:00: Conference starts
  • 16:40: Questions from the floor & close

Venue:  DWF LLP, One Snowhill, Snow Hill, Queensway, Birmingham, B4 6GA

CPD:      Up to 3 Learning hours of Continued Professional Development for all Litigators

Fees:     £40 + VAT for Members / £60 + VAT for Non-Members of Birmingham Law Society


  • Professor Dominic Regan, Dominic Regan Training
  • David Kearns, Legal Director/Solicitor, Acasta Europe Ltd/Sparkle Capital
  • Reuben Glynn, Managing Director, Partners in Costs
  • Paul Joseph, Barrister, No. 5 Chambers
  • Michelle Garlick, Partner, Weightmans Compli


  • Litigation Update / Market News / Developments
  • ATE Insurance & Litigation Funding
  • Tactical Costs
  • How to Instruct Counsel Effectively
  • Solicitors Ongoing Compliance Requirements

There are up to 3 Learning hours of Continued Professional Development available by attending this half day conference with fees set as £40 + VAT for Members of Birmingham Law Society and £60 + VAT for Non-Members with Lunch provided. There will also be a chance to put your questions to the panel at the end of the conference.

To book your place, please use the link below. We look forward to seeing you there!

This conference has been organised collaboratively by:

Professor Dominic Regan
The UK’s Leading Legal & Professional Services Advisor

Birmingham Law Society
For the Legal Community

Partners in Costs
Legal Costs Specialists

Acasta Europe Limited
ATE Insurance Protection

Weightmans Compli
Compliance & Risk Solutions

Sparkle Capital Limited
Modern Litigation Funding

No. 5 Chambers
National Barrister Chambers