Exhibiting space is now limited – so if you are wanting to join us at our Conference you do need to book now!
MASS Conference 2017 – The Future of Justice
Our full Conference programme will be available shortly. In the meantime, we can tell you that our agenda will include:
- Keeping track of costs
- Driverless cars – where will liability for accidents lie?
- Whiplash reforms – justice for the accident victim
- Understanding whiplash
- Mental capacity
If you’ve not booked yet you can find out how to do so here – full information and booking form
Diversity the spice of life? – our thanks to Paul Nicholls, Senior Partner at Nicholls Brimble Solicitors and MASS Vice Chair who shares his experience of diversifying and tells us it can be an invaluable way to keep your existing clients
MASS comment on the new Civil Liability Bill
We’re disappointed that the new ministerial team at the MoJ have not taken the time to consider the implications of these proposals and work constructively to address some of the practical issues that the proposed legislation throws up.
These reforms are unfair and fundamentally flawed in their rationale, and MASS will continue to make this case, whilst seeking to mitigate some of the worst consequences of the reforms.
Simon Stanfield, MASS Chair
Older News – but still important!
Initially we are aiming this opportunity at independent barristers and mediators, with a view to opening up to other professions in the future. It is not open to an organisation to join as an Associate Member.
Find out more here …
Attention all MASS Members
Changes have been made to this website and all MASS Members will be asked to ‘register’ when they next login to the Members Area
2nd February 2017
MASS (Motor Accidents Solicitors Society) launches charity partnership with the Child Brain Injury Trust
Rachel Parsons, Head of Fundraising, Child Brain Injury Trust, tells us about what the charity does and how much MASS’ support means to them