In an era of increased public scrutiny and demands for accountability, public bodies are looking for mechanisms by which to investigate allegations of individual wrongdoing or organisational failings. Central government departments, local authorities and public bodies alike are increasingly looking to ad hoc non-statutory public inquiries or investigations to provide an independent and fair process to fulfil this function. Drawing on experience of members of Chambers across a range of statutory and non-statutory public inquiries, this seminar will provide a guide to establishing and running such an inquiry or investigation.
Tuesday 30th October 2018
5pm – 7pm (Registration from 4.45pm)
39 Essex Chambers
81 Chancery Lane
firstname.lastname@example.org / 0207 832 1140
39 Essex Chambers is accredited by the Law Society and the Bar Council to provide CPD accredited courses. This course is accredited for 2 CPD hour.
NB: This programme of speakers and talks is subject to change.
The venue has full disabled access, however, if you do have any special requirements, please contact Charlie.