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ARDL runs events throughout the year in London, Manchester and Edinburgh.
The main events are seminars, Junior ARDL events, the AGM, the ARDL Dinner and the ARDL Annual Conference.
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ARDL Webinar: Virtual hearings in regulatory matters

Time: 19:00 - 21:00
Venue: Webinar via Zoom

Speakers: Marios Lambis (2 Hare Court) and Clare Chapman (Partner, BLM)

Chair: Richard Coleman QC (Fountain Court)

This seminar, will take place remotely on an appropriate platform. Those signing up will be provided with a link in advance of the seminar. Please note that the seminar is open to members only and you are asked to confirm that you are a member before joining the event.


Please join our second webinar on the topic of virtual hearings in regulatory matters.

Marios Lambis will discuss the legality of virtual hearings and Clare Chapman will be providing details of the membership’s responses to our questionnaire. If you haven’t completed the questionnaire already, we would be very grateful if you could do so. Completed responses can be sent to ARDL@blakemorgan.com


Marios Lambis (2 Hare Court) : Marios started his career in crime but for the last 20 years has specialised in the area of professional discipline and regulatory law. His experience and level of knowledge has led to him undertaking work before most regulators not only presenting and defending but also advising. He has assisted regulators in the training of Chairs in their tribunals and was one of only eight lawyers (the only junior counsel) invited to advise on the new fitness to practice rules for the organisation that was to take over the hearings for the General Medical Council.  He often lectures to indemnifier organisations. His experience covers all the regulators, including accountants, architects, education, engineers, healthcare, vets and many others.Since 2007 he has also been a Recorder of the Crown Court with a Licence to try Serious Sexual Offences.

Clare Chapman (Partner, BLM): Clare is a partner and head of the professional discipline and regulatory practice group at BLM and has practised in this field since 2001. She routinely represents  healthcare practitioners in regulatory and disciplinary matters and also provides advice and assistance in criminal investigations, inquests and public inquiries.