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Annual Conference 2023

On 29 and 30 September, delegates from 24 jurisdictions met at the Law Society of Ireland in Dublin for PEOPIL’s Annual Conference. During these two days, the most renowned personal injury lawyers and academics received exceptional education from conference speakers on emerging areas of law and litigation, had numerous networking opportunities and developed comradery with their colleagues. This event would not be possible without our sponsors – Kreindler & Kreindler, DEKA Chambers, Outer Temple Chambers and Doyle Dennis, to whom we extend our sincere thanks.

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Joint Occupational Health & RTA Conference Thessaloniki 15-16 June 2023

In the beautiful and historical town of Thessaloniki, capital of Greek Macedonia, the perfectly organised PEOPIL Occupational Health & RTA Conference could be nothing more than another successful event.

Highly ranked and accredited in their field professors, attorneys and technical experts, mainly from Europe but also from other parts of the world, formed a very strong team of panelists and speakers, while all participants were warmly welcomed by the Athens and Thessaloniki Bar Association representatives, as per the well known Greek hospitality.

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New Lawyers Conference Edinburgh

Our New Lawyers Group conference in Edinburgh was held on 3 March. The speaker line up was phenomenal and the venue was the breathtaking Signet Library.
We were very fortunate to have Digby Brown Solicitors as our main sponsor and help us with the organisation.

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Joint RTA & Whiplash and Tourism Conference in Malaga 2022

A highlight of the year for PEOPIL’s members of the RTA & Whiplash and Tourism Group took place in the beautiful city of Malaga, Spain on 3 – 4 November 2022. Spending a few days with PEOPIL friends and colleagues was a much needed escape for many of us who were eager for some sunshine as winter approached. We had plenty of catching up to do after the last couple of years where our face to face meet ups were sadly much curtailed.

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