2022 Summer Conference

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When 4 July 2022
from 01:30 PM to 06:00 PM
Where Royal College of Physicians
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The Royal College of Physicians
11 St. Andrew’s Place, Regent’s Park, London NW1 4LE (Tel: 020 7935 1174)

Learning objective: to improve my knowledge and understanding of current trends and important developments in Chancery-related law and in the Business and Property Courts, and in particular to attend lectures and workshops concentrating on my specific areas of interest within Chancery practice.
Learning rationale: To enable me to maintain and further develop my competence and performance in my core areas of practice.


Programme

(for downloadable version, please click here)

Time

Event

1.30 pm

Registration & coffee

2.00pm

Welcome

Chair of the Association: Amanda Hardy QC
Conference Chair: Kavan Gunaratna
2.05pm

DEBATE: Has the Court of Appeal rectified the law of rectification?

  • Professor Paul Davies (UCL)
  • Julian Greenhill QC (Wilberforce Chambers)
2.50pm

WORKSHOPS

  1. Conflicts and Ethical Issues in Chancery Practice
    Fenner Moeran QC (Wilberforce Chambers) & Madeline Dixon (Enterprise Chambers)

  2. Limitation for Chancery Lawyers
    Helen Evans QC (4 New Square) & Tom Robinson (Wilberforce Chambers)

4.05pm

The ChBA Charter for Fairness

  • Nicola Rushton QC, Chair of the ChBA's Equality & Diversity Subcommittee (Hailsham Chambers)

4.20pm

LECTURE: Unjust Enrichment Claims between Contracting Parties (Total Failure of Consideration)

  • Professor Charles Mitchell QC (Hon) (UCL)

5.10pm

PANEL DISCUSSION: Compulsory ADR & ENE in Chancery Disputes: The Future?

  • Chair: Constance McDonnell QC (Serle Court)
  • Panel: HHJ Alan Johns QC, Master Julia Clark, Christopher Wagstaffe QC (29 Bedford Row), Jonathan Arkush (Enterprise)

5.55pm

Concluding Remarks

6.00 pm

Champagne & Pizza Reception (weather permitting, in the garden)

Terms & conditions

  • Attendance at the Conference is open only to members of the Chancery Bar Association.
  • The Conference fee includes attendance at one workshop, all Conference papers and any working materials, refreshments during workshops and the reception in the evening.
  • Emailed confirmation/receipt will be issued on payment of the Conference fees.
  • The Chancery Bar Association reserves the right to vary the published programme.
  • CPD: Attendance at the Conference will count for 4 accredited CPD hours, CPD Provider Number – 1203.

Registration Fees

Category

 

Category 1: Silks

£200

Category 2: 2012 or earlier

£165

Category 3: 2013-2018

£120

Category 4: 2019 or later

£65