Date(s) - 23/07/2020
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Please join us for the remote HSLA Summer Party and have your glass of wine and snacks with you. No5 Chambers have kindly agreed to host this with a light-hearted legal/topical quiz. Nearer to the time you will be sent Zoom login details.
Team entries are encouraged with a bottle of something bubbly for the winners. There will be opportunity for questions and chatting throughout the evening with Q & A at the end.
The hosts are: Christopher Hopkins, Adrian Keeling QC, Tim Pole and Philip Rule.
Chris Hopkins is a specialist regulatory barrister who qualified at the bar following a period of service in the British Army. His experience includes over ten years working as an in-house barrister specialising is regulatory compliance most recently at an international law firm. Since joining No5 Chambers in 2015, he has prosecuted and defended in a variety of Health and Safety, Fire, Environmental and Food Safety cases. In 2019 he was appointed to the B list of Specialist Regulatory Advocates.
Adrian Keeling QC is ranked as a “Leading Silk” in Regulatory work. He is Deputy Head of No5 Chambers. His work covers both local cases and those across the country. He specialises in the most important and challenging cases across a broad spectrum of regulatory work. His work covers all aspects of case work from giving advice and guidance, case building and leading, appearing at first instance, and also on Appeal if needed.
Tim Pole has a wealth of experience in dealing with regulatory offences. He has appeared in a wide range of cases from Health and Safety to Environmental Offences, Planning breaches Food Safety, Consumer Law and Trademark Offences. His experience covers all aspects of the defence and prosecution of health and safety offences. He had defended and prosecuted in cases involving death and serious injury and is on the A list of Specialist Regulatory Advocates.
Philip Rule is instructed in a variety of regulatory contexts and has considerable experience and particular expertise in judicial review and appellate cases in matters concerning regulatory decisions, courts and tribunals. He has also written extensively on various regulatory topics. In 2019 he was appointed to the A list of Specialist Regulatory Advocates. He represents interested persons at inquests in a variety of contexts, including those where there is a potential for subsequent proceedings concerning criminal or civil liability, including Article 2 ECHR issues, or regulatory action.’
This event is free to HSLA members. Non members can join HSLA to attend the event.
Bookings are closed for this event.