29 November 2023, 6.00pm - 7.00pm
Selborne Chambers’ Julia Beer spoke at the Chancery Bar Association‘s event with Michael Todd KC from Erskine Chambers, on the subject of presenting to international audiences.
- Can you ever have too many pictures?
- How do you marry up your own expertise with local law?
- How many slides is too many?
A discussion looking at how to make the best impact, in a short amount of time, on an international audience.
18:00-19:00 – Talks
19:00-21:00 – Drinks Reception
Julia TEP has a traditional Chancery practice specialising in contentious probate, with particular expertise in domicile and cross border estates, fraudulent wills and 1975 Act claims. She is frequently engaged in the removal of personal representatives; contentious issues in the administration of estates and trusts; claims by beneficiaries asserting proprietary claims including estoppel; constructive and resulting trusts.
She is also one of the few Chancery practitioners who is also a member of the FLBA and regularly advises on Financial Remedy claims, with a particular interest in representing companies and third parties in the Family Division.
Julia is known for her “excellent” client handling and being able to deal with clients who are often very emotionally invested in a claim and is known for not only “knowing her stuff but she is able to explain legal points to at clients in their language” .
Her practice also includes constructive trusts and proprietary estoppel, Court of Protection (property and affairs) and professional negligence.