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HSLA Annual Conference

24th September 2019

Fiona Canby will be speaking at the HSLA Annual Conference on 22 November at Fishmongers’ Hall, London.

The programme for the conference is:


  1. Panel Discussion on wellbeing, stress and mental health and the future of its regulation – chaired by Mary Lawrence, Osborne Clarke and Amy Sadro, Eversheds Sutherland
  2. Seminar – Safety Regulation of Public Service Vehicles and Freight Undertakings – Richard Turfitt, Senior Traffic Commissioner for Great Britain
  3. Panel/Seminar – Advising public authorities and enforcers on investigations, inquests and inquiries – Fiona Canby, Temple Garden Chambers; Saba Naqshabandi, Three Raymond Buildings and Oliver Carlyon, Fieldfisher
  4. Seminar – Case law and sentencing update – James Leonard, Outer Temple Chambers and Deanna Heer, 5 Paper Buildings


Venue:                 Fishmongers’ Hall, London Bridge, London, EC4R 9EL


13.00     Registration

14.00     Conference starts

17.30     Conference ends

18.00     AGM

18.45     Pre-dinner drinks reception

19.30     Dinner

23.00     End

The event is open to both members and non-members of the Health and Safety Lawyers’ Association. Bookings can be made via the HSLA website.

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TEMPLE GARDEN CHAMBERS is a market leading set with recognised excellence in a myriad of practice areas with awarded leaders in twelve specialist areas. TGC has the privilege of being well placed in the Temple and The Hague with superb facilities.

Currently consisting of 17 silks and 60 juniors with outstanding leadership and a long established clerking team acknowledged for their exceptional client services and business development, we are keen to expand upon our key areas.

To accommodate the growth in our core practice areas we are inviting applications from established practitioners and/or teams to further enhance our excellent reputation in the following fields:

• Personal Injury & Clinical Negligence
• Inquests & Inquiries
• Health & Safety
• Costs & Litigation Funding

TGC is widely recognised for its friendly ethos and its commitment to Equality & Diversity and Wellbeing. We are especially keen to encourage applications from underrepresented groups at the bar – women, people with disabilities, those from ethnic minority groups and members of the LGBTQ+ community.

Applications will be treated with the strictest confidence and should be addressed to the Head of Chambers, Keith Morton QC

In advance of any formal application both Keith Morton QC and Dean Norton (Senior Clerk) would be delighted to have a confidential discussion. To arrange a meeting please contact Dean on 020 7842 8641 or