Professor Leeming lecture launches unique Coronial Law series
Posted on Friday 12th February 2016
A pioneering series of professional development lectures launched at the University of Bolton on Thursday (11 February 2016).
The first lecture was delivered by Her Majesty's Senior Coroner for the District of Manchester West, Professor Jennifer Leeming LLB (Hons) Solicitor, focusing on Coroners – Legal Framework: the Jurisdiction.
The Contemporary Coronial Law lectures are delivered in partnership with the School of Law – an innovative series of lectures especially developed for continuing professional development in this legal area.
The next lecture will be delivered on 10 March 2016 by Senior Coroner for South Yorkshire, Chris Dorries OBE and will focus on Reporting Deaths and Investigations.
These lectures will cover contemporary key issues before coroner's courts and the lectures will be given by experienced and expert coroners in their respective fields.
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Full details of how to book onto the Contemporary Coronial Law course and download the course brochure can be found here.