Upcoming21st Annual Conference & AGM – Online, 27 Nov 2020

Details Price Qty
MHLA member (online conference)show details + £115.00 (GBP)  
MHLA member (online conference group discount)show details + £100.00 (GBP)  
Firm Unlimited (for 5+ delegates)show details + £450.00 (GBP)  / bundle 
Non-member (conference fee)show details + £200.00 (GBP)  

  • November 27, 2020
    9:30 am - 5:30 pm

The 21st MHLA Annual Conference & AGM will take place on Friday 27 November 2020.  For the first time, we are hosting our conference and AGM online.

The AGM takes place via Zoom at 09:30.

The Annual Conference presentations will be available to view from 10:00.  In order to minimise any technical difficulties, our speakers will pre-record their presentations.  Delegates will receive a link to enable them to view the conference presentations in the comfort of their own workplace or home, and at their own pace, for up to three days.  There will also be the opportunity to submit questions to speakers in advance of the conference.

MHLA member: £115 each
MHLA member group discount: £100 each (applies when 3-4 members from the same firm book together; if you have 5+ attendees, save even more with Firm Unlimited)
*NEW* Firm Unlimited: £450 (for firms booking a group of 5 or more, with no cap on numbers – one ticket for as many delegates as you wish to attend)
Non-MHLA member ticket: £200


09:30 AGM (30 minutes)

Conference presentations available to view from 10:00:
Kate Tyrrell – Chair’s address & Welcome (15 minutes)
Legal Aid Agency – presentation by Graham McDonald & Jake Kraft followed by Q&A session (60 minutes)
Roger Pezzani – Appeals to Upper Tribunal (45 minutes)
DCP Sarah Johnston – HMCTS Update / Effect of Covid-19 / Discharge Rate (45 minutes)
Neil Allen – LPS and Capacity (45 minutes)
Ministry of Justice – Parole Board & Prison Transfers (45 minutes)
Tam Gill – Case Law Update (45 minutes)
Kate Tyrrell
– Closing address (15 minutes)

Programme subject to change

The Conference & AGM attracts 6 CPD hours/points (reference BYE/MHLA – advanced level). The Programme will develop knowledge of the law and procedure which is essential to prepare cases and effectively represent clients before the First-tier Tribunal, including mental capacity.