Presenting Evidence of Neurological Executive Function Deficit in Court - Issues for the Expert Witness

Presenting Evidence of Neurological Executive Function Deficit in Court - Issues for the Expert Witness

Presenting Evidence of Neurological Executive Function Deficit in Court - Issues for the Expert Witness

You are invited to a free half-day seminar focusing on Neurological Executive Function Deficit and the implications for healthcare professionals who may be called upon to present as a witness of fact in Court.  We are delighted that Dr Nick Priestley, Neuropsychologist will be speaking at this event, having vast experience of medico-legal reporting and providing expert evidence to the Court.

Adam Weitzman of 7 Bedford Row will also be speaking at this event, giving a legal perspective and an interactive session with working examples to demonstrate how Neurological Executive Function Deficit can be used as evidence in Court.

This seminar is specifically tailored for healthcare professionals specialising in acquired brain injury (Neuropsychiatrists, Neuropsychologists, Case Managers, Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists) who wish to become, or who are already, medico-legal experts.

For more information and to register your interest in attending, please contact Ellie Szunko on: eleanor.szunko@irwinmitchell.com

Date:
30/Oct/2014
Venue:
The Studio, 51 Lever St, Manchester M1 1FN
Time:
12:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Organiser:
Ellie Szunko

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