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Junior Litigators Toolkit

Trinity barristers Chris Hegarty, Jack Cottrell, Paul Kerfoot and pupil Patience Abladey discuss a range of procedural topics, from witness statements to disclosure and from e-bundles to applications.

The group looks at common pitfalls and mistakes to avoid as well and hints and tips to ensure your case is ready for court. Featuring Trinity barrister, Richard Stubbs as the panel session question master.

Topics covered:

  • Applications & E-bundles
  • Amendments to the Disclosure Pilot Scheme
  • Costs Budgeting
  • Trial Witness Statements in the Business & Property Court under PD57AC
  • Q&A session

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About the speakers

Chris Hegarty

Chris Hegarty

Chris resolves disputes for businesses and individuals involved in a range of commercial, civil and Chancery problems. A solicitor since 2010, and solicitor-advocate since 2014, Chris has spent the last 8 years fighting cases against the largest of institutions and including novel issues at Trinity Chambers.

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Jack Cottrell

Jack Cottrell

Jack accepts instructions in all of Trinity Chambers practice areas, and is particularly interested in private children law, matrimonial finance and business and property law.

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Paul Kerfoot

Paul Kerfoot

Paul successfully completed a specialist Business and Property pupillage at Trinity Chambers in 2019 under the supervision of Simon Goldberg and Richard Stubbs. His practice has been entirely paperless since commencing pupillage and therefore is well-equipped to deal with and advise on any aspects of remote working.

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Patience Abladey

Patience Abladey

Patience accepts instructions in all of Trinity Chambers' core practice areas. The first half of Patience’s first six pupillage was mainly in Public Family law under the supervision of Fiona Walker; with the second half of her first six pupillage in Business and Property law under the supervision of Richard Stubbs.

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