A SHORT COURSE FOR CORONERS AND LAWYERS11/07/2018

A SHORT COURSE FOR CORONERS AND LAWYERS

KING’S COLLEGE LONDON

CORONERS AND INQUESTS

September-October 2018

 

The former Chief Coroner of England and Wales, HH Sir Peter Thornton QC, will deliver his short course entitled Coroners and Inquests as part of King’s College London’s MA post-graduate degree programme in Medical Law.

Coroners and lawyers are invited to join this ‘enormously popular’ course as external attendees.

The course will consist of a series of five seminars which will explain and discuss the law and procedure of coroners, covering a comprehensive range of topics from reporting deaths, investigating cases, conducting inquests and reports to prevent future deaths. Students will be expected to participate in discussion and with short presentations and to consider the importance of the role played by coroners in the administration of justice: Who are they? What do they do? What is the purpose of their work?

The five two-hour seminars will take place at King’s College London’s Strand Campus in the heart of legal London, on consecutive Tuesdays from 3-5pm on the following dates: 25 September 2018; 2, 9, 16 and 23 October 2018.

A limited number of places is available.

CPD points will be available for 10 hours together with a King’s College London certificate of completion. The fee for the whole course, payable to King’s, is £500.

Law courses at King’s College London are ranked within the top 10 in the country by The Guardian and The Complete University Guide and in the top 20 world-wide by QS World University Rankings. The Dickson Poon School of Law at King’s is ranked 1st in the UK for research by the Research Excellence Framework.

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For further details or to sign up please contact Emma Valentine at [email protected].