Our Trainers

Professor Penny Cooper

Penny qualified as a barrister in 1990 and practiced for over ten years at the Bar. Since the early 90s she has been advising and training professionals who work with children and families. Clients include London boroughs and housing associations…

Caroline Harrison QC

Caroline has specialised in personal injuries, clinical negligence and related health and safety, insurance and professional indemnity work for over 15 years, and is a very experienced advocate at all levels of tribunal…

Joanne Haswell

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After completing a Law degree at University College London, Jo qualified as a Barrister in 1998 and received a Postgraduate Diploma in Legal Practice from City University…

Kate Hill

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Kate Hill is a medical law and ethics specialist with a background in clinical negligence. She worked for a leading law firm for 25 years representing health and social care professionals at Coroners Court and advising NHS Trusts and Private providers on policy and procedure, particularly in the risk management arena…

Simon Robinson LL.B (Hons) LL.M

Simon Robinson is an experienced barrister and a CEDR Accredited mediator specialising in employment and equality law, family law, and cases on mental health and mental capacity…

Alex Ruck Keene

Alex Ruck Keene is an experienced barrister, writer and educator. His practice at 39 Essex Chambers is focused on mental capacity law (broadly defined) in which he is able to provide specialist advice and representation, as well as delivering expert training for front line professionals…

David Temkin

David Temkin has 14 years’ experience as a barrister in criminal litigation and in professional disciplinary/regulatory work. He has particular interest in cases involving doctors and other health professionals before the range of courts and tribunals…