Education, training and quality assurance, is what differentiates Resolve and its Experts from the rest. 

Training & education at Resolve Medicolegal

Over the last 7 years we have strived to improve the quality of training and education in our group, and beyond.

Each year we organise a bespoke medicolegal training weekend, working with Bond Solon, on both report writing and courtroom skills. This has been extremely beneficial for all medical experts, and sets a precedence on medicolegal training.  If you would like to receive the information pack on our next event, please get in touch.

In 2016 we organised the first educational meeting for our own group of Resolve Medicolegal experts. 

In 2017 and 2018, we expanded the meeting to a full day events at the prestigious Gleneagles Hotel. It was attended by medical experts, solicitors and advocates. 

The 2019 Winter Mediocolegal Conference will be at The Old Course Hotel, St Andrews on 30th November 2019. Programme to follow. We invite all medical experts, solicitors and paralegal staff to attend.

Local meetings – we have previously organised local meetings for solicitors and paralegal staff. We plan to continue with this in the year ahead, and if you would like one organised in your local office, please get in touch.



2nd Scottish Winter Medicolegal Meeting
Location: Gleneagles
Date: 01st December 2018

0900 – 1000 Registration & coffee
1000 – 1005 Welcome by Mark Broadbent

1005 – 1230 – Session 1:

  • Functional Neurological Disorders – making a positive diagnosis
    Professor Jon Stone
  • A structured approach to causality in cases of functional neurological disorder
    Professor Alan Carson
  • Functional disorders – the phantom menace
    Mark Hastings (BTO) and Laura Connor (Thompsons)

1230 – 1330 – Lunch

1330 – 1700 – Session 2:

  • Court Room skills, Kenny Christine (Advocate, Compass Chambers) and John Thomson

1st Scottish Winter Medicolegal Meeting
Location: Gleneagles
Date: 01st December 2017

9am – 10am Registration & Coffee
10am – Welcome from Mark Broadbent & Phil Simpson

10.30am – 12.30pm – Session 1:

  • The Art of Predicting Acceleration and Aggravation of Pre-existing Injuries Led by expert panel of:
    Gavin Tait, David Sherlock, Peter Scott, Quentin CoxOpen
  • Discussion – chaired by Preston Lloyd and Kenny Christine

12.30pm – 1.30pm – Lunch

1.30pm – 3pm –  Session 2:

  • Are Our Medicolegal Reports Fit for Purpose?
  • Providing a good report for the pursuer
    Kirsten Morrison (New Law)
  • Providing a good report for the defender
    Steven Smart (Clyde & Co)
  • Open discussion – chaired by Preston Lloyd and Kenny Christine (Compass Chambers)

3pm – 3.30pm – Coffee

3.30pm – 5pm Session 3:

  • Medical Negligence – Providing a good expert report
    Julie Clark – Spence (Balfour Manson)
  • Final Thoughts
    Preston Lloyd & Kenny Christine

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