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Upcoming events in 2015

Minster Law exhibiting at Headfirst Conference

14th May 2015
Achieving Positive outcomes in Everyday life after Brain Injury

Concussion in Sport Event – London

Date in May TBC

Row Hard with RHN Putney – City Hall

17th June 2015
Sponsored by Minster Law

Concussion in Sport Event Sheffield

Date in June TBC

Amputee Conference

Date in September TBC

Subtle Brain Injury Conference

Date in September TBC

Past events

Concussion in Sport

4th February 2015 at 5-8pm
Minster Law and York St John University’s faculty of Health and Life Science collaborate to raise awareness of head injury in sport and to debate some of the issues surrounding this.
York St John University – De Grey Building Foyer and Lecture Theatre

Space is limited and registration is required. Email or call 01904 663140.

Brain Injury – The unseen and unknown

23rd April 2015 at 12-5pm
University of York – The Tree House and Berrick Lecture Theatre

Minster Law and the Chronic Disorders of Consciousness Research Centre at the University of York invite you to an afternoon event to consider the wider issues and context for brain injury with a view to sharing knowledge, developing our understanding and ultimately improving the lives of those affected.

Space is limited and registration is required. Email or call 01904 663140.

Click here for more info.

Improving Lives: Working together to achieve successful outcomes in brain injury cases (free event)

Thursday 30th April 2015 1.45pm – 5.30pm
At the London offices of Minster Law, 99 Bishopsgate, London, EC2M 3XD

Recolo and Minster Law Solicitors invite you to a colaborative event of learning and networking. The afternoon will be spent exploring how clinicians, case managers and
lawyers can work together to achieve successful outcomes for those affected by brain injury.

Reserve your place today: email Lois Shafik-Hooper, Business Manager at Recolo on or call 07715 104802.

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