How to Make the Most of Your Pre Inquest Review Hearing with Leslie Thomas QC
The Pre Inquest Review Hearing at an inquest allows for effective time management, permits the coroner to ensure that the disclosure process has taken place and allows the final inquest to run smoothly with minimal delays.
It also allows the coroner to be aware of issues or themes which may be of concern to interested persons and provides an opportunity to get the evidence in order and for all interested persons to take stock.
Get ‘match’ ready for your PIRH with this brand new live broadcast session presented by Leslie Thomas QC.
You will cover the Top 10 dos and don’ts to help ensure you get the best results out of your PIRH going forward. You will discover the rationale behind the PIRH, how to prepare for it and what to expect, with a look at recent case law.
What You Will Learn
This live interactive broadcast session will cover the following:
- Who are the interested persons?
- When it is appropriate to deal with witnesses and read evidence?
- When are experts necessary?
- Is there going to be a jury?
- Venue and length of hearing
- Who prepares the bundles?
- How to deal with special applications
- How many PIRHs can there be?
Recording of live sessions: Soon after the Learn Live session has taken place you will be able to go back and access the recording - should you wish to revisit the material discussed.