This week on Part-Heard we are joined by Rose Harvey-Sullivan who is introducing “Coroners Investigations and Inquests” a Lexis-Nexis book about inquests which she has co-edited with James Robottom, Richard Baker and James Weston. It has been written by the editors along with eight other members of 7BR and leading inquest solicitors.  The book is an accessible and authoritative practical guide for practitioners working in the field.

This is the first of a four part series where the editors will discuss various Chapters of the book.

The book will be available to purchase in hardcopy from from Monday 22nd March.

Rose has a multi-disciplinary practice and specialises in clinical negligence, personal injury, family law and, most relevant to this week’s podcast, inquests, mental capacity and mental health.

This podcast is also available on Apple iTunes and Spotify.

We hope you enjoyed this podcast. If you have any feedback, comments or topic suggestions for an upcoming podcast, please do not hesitate to get in touch with our marketing team: marketing@7br.co.uk.

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