The Disclosure Pilot Scheme – all the juicy details
The Junior LSLA is pleased to announce that it will be holding a Disclosure Pilot Scheme panel discussion and networking evening.
Since it came into force on 1 January 2019, the Pilot Scheme has changed the face of disclosure in the Business and Property Courts. It was designed to address widespread concern expressed by Court users and legal professionals about the costs, scale and complexity of disclosure.
Our esteemed panellists will bring their unique experiences (from designing, adjudicating and bringing the Pilot Scheme into practice, to running disclosure exercises) to a wide-ranging discussion that will cover the formation of the scheme, its goals, its progress to date and where it may be going in the future, as well as offering plenty of practical tips and insight into best practices and working cases caught by the Pilot Scheme. There will be an opportunity for attendees to ask questions.
The discussion will be followed by drinks, nibbles and an opportunity to network.
The event is kindly being hosted by Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
We hope you can join us for what will be an insightful and informative discussion.
David Jones, Associate, Fox Williams LLP
Matthew Marsh, Former Chief Chancery Master now a practicing Mediator and Arbitrator with Three Stone Chambers; and member of the Disclosure Pilot Working Group
Ed Crosse, Partner, Simmons & Simmons, former President of the LSLA, and member of the Disclosure Pilot Working Group
Charlotte Hill, Senior Associate, Penningtons Manches Cooper LLP, former President of the JLSLA
Donald MacDonald, eDiscovery and disclosure consultant at Consilio LLC
Members £10, non-members £15.
Attendance is not limited to LSLA members. Anyone can apply for tickets (please note that all bookings are now via the website, rather than by cheque). In order to receive the membership rate, the member's LSLA registered email address must be added to the delegate info. An email will be sent confirming your place once you have paid.
Tickets for the event will be distributed via email to the email address provided. If you are booking more than one ticket please provide the names and email addresses of each attendee.
Junior LSLA events are aimed at members of the profession of 8 years’ PQE or less and offer junior civil litigators the opportunity to meet and network in an interactive, relaxed atmosphere. Visit https://www.lsla.co.uk/junior to find out more.