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Seminars and webinars 

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Junior Seminar Series - Privilege: identifying it, challenging it and waiving it

Wednesday 8 March 2023

In the second instalment of our junior seminar series we will be discussing Privilege: identifying it, challenging it and waiving it.

Many of us deal with questions of privilege every day, whether reviewing documents, ensuring our advice will be protected, or challenging claims to privilege in court.

In this seminar Duncan McCombe, Ted Loveday and Charles King will be discussing some of the most important points to be aware of when dealing with privilege – including key recent developments and problems that crop up in practice.

The timings of the evening will be as follows:

Registration: 17:45 - 18:00
Seminar: 18:00 - 18:45
Post-seminar drinks: 18:45 onwards

These seminars are aimed at junior practitioners
(around 10 years PQE or under).

For more information or to register a place, please contact
Candi Percival and/or Megan Richardson on

We hope you will be able to join us.

Book Seminar


Duncan McCombe

Ted Loveday

Charles King 


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