Spinal Injuries Association Conference 2017

SAVE THE DATE – SIA Conference 2017

Thursday 2 November 2017 8.30am – 4.30pm
Bristol Royal Marriott Hotel, College Green, Bristol, BS1 5TA

St John’s Chambers Personal Injury & Clinical Negligence Team have the pleasure of inviting you to our Spinal Injuries Association Conference 2017 at the Royal Marriott Hotel, College Green, Bristol.

Come and join us for a day of topical updates on spinal injury issues presented by our experienced barristers along with top medical experts and consultant surgeons. This is preceded by a pre-conference drinks and networking reception on Wednesday 1 November.

We look forward to welcoming our keynote speaker Pradeep Thumbikat, Consultant Surgeon in Spinal Injuries and medical expert Dr Love-Jones together with SIA speakers; Stephen Brookes, Regional Peer Support Officer for Salisbury and the South Coast and Debbie Green, SIA Nurse Advocate who are joined by St John’s Chambers barristers Christopher Sharp QC, Richard Stead, Glyn Edwards, Matthew White and Vanessa McKinlay all of whom will be presenting talks throughout the day along with our sponsor’s presentation given by Andrew Sands of Nestor.

If you would like to attend this conference, make sure you register your interest with our Marketing and Events team by clicking here.


SIA Conference 2017, sponsored by Nestor, Independent Financial Advisers, specialising in providing services to personal injury and clinical negligence legal practitioners and their clients.

Pre Conference Drink & Networking – Wednesday 1 November 6 pm – 9 pm, Palm Court Suite, Royal Marriott Hotel, College Green, Bristol, BS1 6TA. Further details to follow.

Pre Conference Drink & Networking, sponsored by Renvilles, an elite team of experienced Costs Lawyers, independently authorised and regulated in a similar manner as Solicitors, who offer the complete range of costs services at competitive fee levels.

“St John’s maintains its position as one of the leading sets on the Western Circuit for personal injury. The set boasts a wide range of expertise across the personal injury spectrum and is recognised for its strength in high-value cases which are complex in nature.” Chambers UK, Personal Injury (2016).