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Aliyah Akram to speak at the APIL Annual Military Claims Conference 2024

Aliyah Akram to speak at the APIL Annual Military Claims Conference 2024

Personal Injury specialist, Aliyah Akram will be speaking at the 10th annual APIL Military Claims Conference 2024 on 29th February at the Marriott Marble Arch Hotel, London.

The APIL Military Claims Conference has been carefully developed by the joint coordinators of APIL’s military claims special interest group.

Aliyah Akram of Outer Temple Chambers will be part of a panel session alongside Chris Allen of Exchange Chambers and Simon Quinn of Hilary Meredith Solicitors, also joint coordinator of APIL’s Military Claims Special Interest Group discussing ‘Hot tips to litigate against the MOD’. The session will be chaired Ahmed Al-Nahhas of Bolt Burdon Kemp and will take place from 3:50pm to 5:00pm.

‘Hot tips to litigate against the MOD’ will cover Pre-action, Disclosure, Approaching the MOD, Witness statements and evidence, Experts, Trial prep, and Fundamental dishonesty (post Muyepa and Mantey).

Book your place

This is a hybrid event. To register for the event, click here.

To view the full agenda of the APIL Military Claims Conference, click here.

Find out more

Aliyah Akram is acknowledged as a leading junior in personal injury and industrial disease litigation. She is renowned for her expertise and experience in group litigation in all of the core areas in which she practices. Many of her cases have an international aspect and give rise to both jurisdictional issues and conflicts of laws. Aliyah is a robust and persuasive trial advocate. She prides herself on working closely as a team with instructing solicitors, not just in group litigation, but in every case in which she is involved. 

To find out more about Aliyah, contact Paul Barton on +44 (0)20 7427 4907.

News 29 Feb, 2024


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