Forthcoming events: litigation and ADR
A diary of litigation and ADR conferences, seminars and other events, with details of venues and links to relevant websites.
For arbitration events, see Forthcoming events - international arbitration.
This table contains details of forthcoming litigation and ADR conferences, seminars and other events. Where possible, links are provided to any materials available from the event organisers. The schedule is updated on a regular basis. If you have any comments about this table, or would like to add an event, please contact us.
Venue and details
26 September 2017
Costs Law Conference 2017. The programme for the conference is currently being shaped.
London. See the Costs Law and Practice website.
6 July 2017
Global Pound Conference (GPC) London. Initiated by the International Mediation Institute, the GPC series 2016-17 will facilitate the development of 21st century commercial and civil dispute resolution tools, at domestic, regional and international levels.
London. See the Global Pound Conference website.
10 May – 4 July 2017
Underwoods Solicitors Personal Injury Reforms Course. Topics covered include:
Various. See the Underwoods Solicitors website.
23 March 2017
Commercial Litigation Association: Asset Tracing & Judgment Enforcement. The programme for the conference includes:
Speakers include representatives for Jones Day, Peters & Peters, Kobre & Kim, K2, Mintz Group, Kroll.
London. See the CLAN website.
7 March 2017
White Paper: Costs, Jackson, LASPO: Shaping the rules into solution-focused advice for costs lawyers and litigators. The programme for the conference, which runs from 8.45 am to 4.00 pm, includes:
London. See the White Paper website.
25 January 2017
Westminster Legal Policy Forum: Legal innovation and the business of law: technology, skills and new business models. The programme for the conference, which runs from 8:30 am to 1:10 pm, includes:
Guests of honour include Crispin Passmore, Executive Director, Policy, Solicitors Regulation Authority and James Mancini, Analyst, Competition Division, Directorate for Financial and Enterprise Affairs, OECD.
London. See the Westminster Legal Policy Forum website.