Expert Report Writing Course
6 December 2019 - SOLD OUT
Sir Stamford at Circular Quay - Sydney, NSW, Australia
The 6 December 2019 course is now SOLD OUT. Please email email@example.com if you wish to be placed on a shortlist in case a place becomes available, or to be notified of future dates.
The aim of this course is to assist expert witness report writers to evaluate and improve their skills, and to establish a high standard of report writing.
This course will benefit any medical/dental professionals who may be called upon to prepare expert reports. It will also provide excellent preparation for any who plan to attend our Expert Witness Training course in future.
Key LEARNING Outcomes
Download the program below:
ACLM members - $500 incl GST
Open (non-members) - $650 incl GST
Sir Stamford at Circular Quay
93 Macquarie Street
Sydney NSW Australia
A discounted accommodation rate is available to Expert Report Writing Course attendees at the Sir Stamford at Circular Quay.
Details will be sent to you following registration and payment.
Professor Roy Beran | Consultant Neurologist and Lawyer, FACLM
Roy is trained as a consultant neurologist and accredited sleep physician, as well as working within legal medicine and aviation medicine. He is a Professor in the School of Medicine at Griffith University, QLD and Conjoint Professor of Medicine at the University of New South Wales. He is a founding Fellow and past President of the Australasian College of Legal Medicine and is the Australian Governor & Secretary General of the World Association for Medical Law (WAML) and an Honorary Fellow of the Faculty of Forensic & Legal Medicine of the Royal College of Physicians (London).
Professor John Devereux | Professor of Law, TC Beirne School of Law, The University of Queensland
John Devereux teaches and researches the law of torts at the UQ Law School. He has a special interest in medical law, most notably in the areas of competency to consent to medical treatment and in epilepsy and the law. A Rhodes Scholar, John has worked as a lawyer in a variety of contexts including as a Barrister, as a consultant to a multi-national law firm, a Law Reform Commissioner for Queensland, a legal member of the Social Security Appeals Tribunal and as a Defence Force Magistrate. John was formerly Lecturer in Law at Keble College, Oxford University and Assistant Dean of Magdalen College, Oxford University. He is a former Associate Vice Chancellor of A.C.U. John is an Honorary Fellow of the Australasian College of Legal Medicine and the legal member of the Queensland Health Quality and Complaints Commission.
Mr George Kalimnios | Barrister at Law and Mediator, Legal Counsel, Kalimnios Themis Chambers
George Kalimnios commenced his legal career studying law at QUT whilst working as a as a clerk in the Magistrates courts and then with the Public Defender’s Office. In 1989 George was admitted as a Solicitor working with several private law firms in the areas of commercial litigation. In 1996 George returned to practice in the areas of Criminal Law, Administrative Law and Coronial Inquests with the Queensland based and highly respected Law firm of Gilshenan and Luton. In 1998 George left main stream legal practice and took up full time duty in his capacity as a Reserve Legal Officer with the Royal Australian Airforce. George remains an active member of the reserve. In 2003 George returned to fulltime private legal practice as a barrister practicing in the areas of Crime, Inquires, Administrative Review, Family Law and Mediation. Throughout his career George has maintained a very keen and active interest in legal education undertaking work as a tutor at QUT and UQ and as a guest presenter with the QUT School of management and the Australasian College of Legal Medicine.
Dr Phoebe-Anne Mainland | FACLM, Anaesthesiologist
Phoebe Mainland is a consultant anaesthesiologist, a fellow of both Australian & New Zealand College of Anaesthetists (ANZCA) & Hong Kong College of Anaesthesiologists (HKCA). She continues to hold appointment as Honorary Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Anaesthesia and Intensive Care, Chinese University of Hong Kong. Phoebe read for MA (Medical Ethics & Law) from King’s College, London and has sat on various committees related to these interests including health ethics committees and a medical defence organization advisory committee. She was admitted as a Fellow of Australian College of Legal Medicine in 2008 and is a Member of the Academy of Experts (UK). Phoebe was 2017/18 President of the Medico-Legal Society of Victoria. In 2015 she was awarded a Churchill Fellowship for her project related to patient safety.