Court of Protection Seminars 2016

Mon, 25 Jul 2016

The Court of Protection Seminars, taking place in Birmingham, London and Bristol, these seminars will cover a broad range of relevant issues that arise in the Court of Protection, including practice and procedures and recent cases. Delegates will have the opportunity to hear from leading practitioners in the field. There will be a chance for question and answers followed by networking drinks. Each of these seminars carries 5.5 CPD hours each, accredited by The Solicitor Regulation Authority. This seminar will cover a broad range of relevant issues that arise in the Court of Protection, including practice and procedures and recent cases. Delegates will have the opportunity to hear from leading practitioners in the field. There will be a chance for question and answers followed by networking drinks.

To find out more about each of the seminars and for the costs please click on the links below.

Court of Protection Seminar 2016 - Birmingham (Tuesday 18th October 2016)

Court of Protection Seminar 2016 - London (Wednesday 9th November 2016)

Court of Protection Seminar 2016 - Bristol (Wednesday 16th November 2016)

If you have any questions about this or any other No5 seminar please email [email protected].

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