Angela Grahame QC, Vice Dean of the Faculty of Advocates, will consider issues relating to arbitrating in an online environment and particularly as they relate to the Scottish legal system when she delivers a lecture at Robert Gordon University on Monday April 10.
In her talk, which is co-hosted by The Law Schooland the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, she will outline and discuss accessibility through an online platform to the faculty’s online personal injury arbitration scheme, the possibilities for future development of this and the need to ensure a coherent body of expertise in Scotland to service this growing market. Ms Grahame was elected Vice Dean of the faculty in July 2016. Her principal areas of practice include personal injury, clinical and professional negligence and public enquiries. She appeared in both the Vale of Leven hospital enquiry and the Fingerprint Enquiry. The lecture will take place in the Sir Ian Wood Building at RGU’s Garthdee Campus. Registration opens at 5.30 with the lecture beginning at 6pm. A networking opportunity will follow at 7pm. Advance booking is essential.