Inquests & Public Inquiries – Pete Weatherby QC discusses when is Article 2 engaged and what difference does it make?

4 June 2019

A high level webinar by Pete Weatherby QC, regarding the engagement of Article 2 in Inquests and Public Inquiries, has recently gone online through MBL Seminars. The one hour webinar aims to provide all you need to know regarding this important area, in a coherent manner. The webinar looks at Article 2 in recent cases including Hillsborough, Grenfell, Westminster Bridge and the Manchester Arena bombings. Pete also discusses when Article 2 is or is not engaged in healthcare, environmental, industrial, accident and emergency response contexts.

It is aimed at experienced Article 2 practitioners.

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