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Thursday, 4 February 2016

Motor Law Conference 2016

This year's conference will take place on 25 February, at the RAC in Pall Mall as usual. This year it includes a lecture in memory of Anthea Worsdall, and I'm only sorry that it has taken me so long to get round to organising it. The memorial lecturer is Prof Geoffrey Woodroffe, author of the leading textbook on consumer law, Woodroffe and Lowe's Consumer Law and Practice and formerly of Brunel University - it will be very interesting to hear what he has to say about the new Act.

As well as Geoffrey there's a great roster of speakers and subjects, including aspects of the topical emissions scandal, how software copyright law might affect maintaining vehicles, and lots more about the Consumer Rights Act.

The early booking discount has been extended to 10 February, so please book your place now! Booking forms can be downloaded from here, and the conference programme (which is still a work in progress) can also be found there.

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