Advocates Library Parliament House Edinburgh EH1 1RF
PAISLEY - HAMILTON - PERTH
The Hastie Stable announces its 6 Sheriffdoms Seminars to which all practitioners are invited to attened.
The 2013 Seminars will be held in each of the six Sheriffdoms between April and September - a chance to hear expert speakers reviewing the latest developments in the law and providing practical guidance in major fields of civil practice.
Paisley Abbey - Wednesday 17 April - Sheriff Principal Bruce Kerr Q.C. will address the North Strathclyde Seminar on the Presentation of Civil Appeals - Professor Brian Napier Q.C. will give an Employment Law Update - John Campbell Q.C. will present a Planning Law Update - and updates about the latest developments in Family Law, Reparation & Personal Injuries Law and Contract Law will be given by Hastie Stable Advocates Alison Stirling , David McLean & Michael Upton.
Hamilton Race Course - Monday 22 April - Sheriff David Bicket will address the South Strathclyde Seminar on Civil Pleading - Alan McLean Q.C. will present a Property Law Update - Keith Stewart Q.C. will present a Contract Law Update - updates about the latest developments in Employment Law and Family Law will be given by Hastie Stable Advocates Kenneth Gibson and David Jack - and Donald Davidson, Advocate, will give a talk on Sports & Gaming Law.
Methven Castle, Perth - Tuesday 23 April - Sheriff Lindsay Foulis will address the Tayside, Central & Fife Seminar on Civil Pleading - Michael Howlin Q.C. will give a Contract Law Update - John Campbell Q.C. will present the Planning Law Update - and updates about the latest developments in Employment Law, Family Law, Reparation & Personal Injuries Law will be given by Hastie Stable Advocates Alasdair Hardman, David Leighton and David McLean.
Each seminar provides 5 hours’ C.P.D.
Registration for all seminars is from 9.30 a.m.; the day will run from 10 a.m. till 4 p.m. Lunch is included.
The Glasgow & Strathkelvin (Glasgow), Grampian, Highland & Islands (Inverness) and Lothian & Borders (Edinburgh) Six Sheriffdoms Seminars will be advertised in the coming weeks.
Fee: £100 + v.a.t.
Numbers are strictly limited and will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis.