Kenworthy’s Chambers runs CPD courses, seminars, lectures, and events throughout the calendar year.
Refresh your knowledge of the law, and earn continuous professional development (CPD) points by attending one of our Barrister training events accredited by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.
All Kenworthy's Barristers events are delivered by practising Barristers with years of experience and deep knowledge of the law.
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Upcoming Events and Lectures
We provide bespoke training for law firms and clients in the public and private sectors.
Lectures, seminars, or courses based on your requirements can be hosted either at Chambers, online or in your own offices.
All Kenworthy's external training are delivered by Barristers with specialist legal knowledge and lecturing experience.
If you are interested in a bespoke seminar or course, please call Bruce Cousins on 0161 832 4036 or email [email protected]
If you require reasonable adjustments, please inform us. Kenworthy’s Chambers will make all the adjustments that are within our power to ensure you are able to attend the event.
Past Events and Lectures
Schedules of Loss in Serious Injury Cases MBL Seminar
Personal Injury Barrister Haroon Rashid is preparing to host an online MBL Seminar on ‘Schedules of Loss in Serious Injury Cases’...
Haroon Rashid Presents Virtual Seminar on “Noise Induced Hearing Loss Claims”
Haroon Rashid presented a Virtual Seminar, on Microsoft Teams, on the topic on "Noise Induced Hearing Loss Claims", in the seminar he discussed topics such as Causation defences, Asymmetr...
Haroon Rashid Presents Virtual Seminar on “Document Inconsistencies That Lead to Allegations of Fundamental Dishonesty”
Haroon Rashid presented a Virtual Seminar, on Microsoft Teams, on the topic on "Document Inconsistencies That Lead to Allegations of Fundamental Dishonesty", in the seminar he outlined in...