The Practical Guide to Public Inquiries Hosted by Eversheds Sutherland

Nicholas Griffin QC joins Eversheds Sutherland on their expert panel in a webinar to consider the key areas surrounding public inquiries.

Eversheds Sutherland invite you to book a place at this virtual event:

The UK is no stranger to public inquiries and they have evolved to become a feature of modern administrative justice. Over the last few decades we have seen, and been involved in, some of the most serious and complex inquiries including the tragedy of Grenfell Tower, the Bloody Sunday Inquiry, the Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust Inquiry and the Independent Jersey Care Inquiry. This year has been one of the most challenging for the general public and since the start of the pandemic there have been numerous calls for public inquiries into the governments’ handling of COVID-19, something which is likely to come into focus over the coming months. 

Join our expert panel on Wednesday 25 November as we look at some of the key areas surrounding public inquiries including; how inquiries are set up, the gathering of evidence, Maxwellisation, and what could be on the horizon.

You can register for this webinar via the Eversheds Sutherland event page, here