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There is very little information for experts on attending conferences with counsel. Mark Solon have written a free practical guide to help expert witnesses understand the purpose of a conference with counsel.

A conference simply means a meeting with the barrister who has been instructed by a solicitor to advise on or be the advocate in a case. There may be two barristers if the case warrants this, a QC who will advocate at the hearing and a Junior Counsel or just a Junior Counsel. The solicitor conducting the case will be there and sometimes assistants and trainees. The meeting is sometimes called a “Con.” Sometimes a conference will be by phone or conducted remotely by one of the many links available now.

Click here to download the full guide.

Mark Solon
Founder of Bond Solon & Solicitor
info@bondsolon.com
020 7549 2549

This post was first published on 4th May 2020.


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2 comments
  • Tzvetanka Ivanova-Stoilova - Consultant in Anaesthesia and Pain Medicine

    12 May 2020 15:54

    Very useful guide. Thank you so much

  • Sandy Mackay - Consultant Architect

    17 May 2020 21:18

    Useful aide-memoire for those about to attend a conference with Counsel. Agreed there is shortage of published advice in this area.

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