Environment Seminar

Seminar Date 20 June 2012
Seminar Venue 10-11 Bedford Row, London, WC1R 4BU
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Speaker(s) John Bates

Jonathan Davies

Lance Harris

Malcolm Galloway

Nigel Cooksley QC
Old Square's Environment Seminar
Wednesday 20th June, 2012

Venue: Old Square Chambers, 10-11 Bedford Row, London WC1R 4BU
5.15pm Registration
5.30-7pm Seminar
1.5 CPD accredited
Chaired by Joint Head of Chambers, Nigel Cooksley QC
Proving a Nuisance - Lance Harris

Statutory Authority - Jonathan Davies

Justiciability & Public Authorities - John Bates

Statutory Nuisance & Noise Abatement - Malcolm Galloway

Seminars at Old Square Chambers are free of charge, qualify for CPD points and offer high-quality training in recent legal developments and other topical issues. They are open not only to our clients but also to their colleagues and other contacts. All events are designed to be friendly and interactive. We would also be delighted if you would join us afterwards for drinks so that everyone gets a chance to meet and to talk to each other informally. We do hope you can join us.
Old Square Chambersí fundraising initiative for 2012 is to raise money for the Free Representation Unit as it celebrates its 40th year. Although this seminar is offered free of charge, we kindly ask that you make a suggested donation of £25 per person for seminar places.
Please donate online at: https://mydonate.bt.com/fundraisers/oldsquarechambers or send a cheque to Old Square Chambers made payable to Free Representation Unit
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Natasha Kelly
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