The University of Bolton is delighted to announce a series of lectures at the Law School examining coronial law.
The innovative lectures are aimed at any legal or healthcare professional who comes into contact with the work of the Coroner’s court; from paramedics and nurses to the Police and lawyers.
Leading coroners will deliver the five sessions over five months, beginning on Thursday 11 February 2016.
The lectures will cover contemporary key issues facing coroner’s courts such as reporting deaths, attending inquests, human rights points and will also include a visit to the Coroner’s court.
The invited prestigious lecturers on the course include the Coroner for Manchester West, Professor Jennifer Leeming; Senior Coroner for the South Yorkshire West, Chris Dorries OBE; Senior Coroner for Manchester, John Pollard; and, the Senior Coroner for Manchester City, Nigel Meadows.
The sessions are charged at £25 each, or £100 for the five.
For more information and to register for the event please visit www.bolton.ac.uk/coroniallaw
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