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The Journal of Personal Injury Law (JPIL), published quarterly in association with APIL, helps you keep abreast of recent developments in personal injury, covering cases, statutes and regulations, with their implications for practitioners.
The main features of JPIL are as follows:
- Gives expert guidance on personal injury law with articles written by both claimants and defendants
- Examines in detail topics of interest such as periodical payments
- Offers articles on clinical negligence
- Gives practical guidance on the right procedures to follow
- Provides analysis and summaries of personal injury cases
- Puts forward case commentaries written by leading personal injury specialists
Each issue includes articles written by leading barristers, solicitors and academics (who appeared in the relevant cases) as well as contributions from up-and-coming personal injury lawyers.
The Journal provides commentary on:
- Recently decided cases
- Statutes published in the last quarter
- Analysis of developments by experienced practitioners
- Practical guidance on procedure
JPIL’s editorial board ensures that you have access to the best commentary and analysis from leading practitioners in personal injury law. The journal’s unrivalled team of experts, specialising in both claimant and defendant work, includes barristers, solicitors and academics:
General Editor: Jeremy Ford, Deka Chambers
Cases and Comment Editor: Brett Dixon, Brett Dixon Training Limited
Deputy Cases and Comment Editor: John McQuater, Switalskis Solicitors Ltd
Masood Ahmed, University of Leicester
Ian Christian, Irwin Mitchell
Ronnie Conway, Conway Accident Law Practice Ltd
Julian Fulbrook, Dean of Graduate Studies and Senior Lecturer in Law LSE
Richard Geraghty, Irwin Mitchell
Mark Harvey, Hugh James
Caron Heyes, Fieldfisher
Prof. Rachael Mulheron KC (Hon), Queen Mary University of London
Nathan Tavares KC, Outer Temple
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