Blackstone Chambers is delighted to collaborate again with The Centre for Commercial Law Studies at Queen Mary University of London and Mishcon De Reya to deliver their popular International Asset Tracing and Recovery course for a second year.
Starting in November 2023, the three-day programme will centre around an asset recovery case study that is designed to help participants build upon their existing expertise in asset tracing and recovery and provide invaluable insight into evolving approaches to fraud claims in court and is aimed at senior professionals in the fraud and asset recovery market, including legal practitioners, investigators, forensic accountants, insolvency practitioners and litigation funders.
The course will be delivered by leading fraud specialist Gary Miller, Partner at Mishcon de Reya and Chairman of the International Fraud Group, along with Philippa Rees, a Professional Support Lawyer in Dispute Resolution. They'll also be joined by leading Barristers from Blackstone Chambers Luka Krsljanin and Ajay Ratan.
Between them, the speakers bring to the course over 75 years of hands-on experience in tracing, freezing and seizing evidence and assets all over the world.
Luka Krsljanin, Barrister at Blackstone Chambers, said:
“We are delighted to be delivering this course for a second year, following its success. Legal professionals will have the opportunity to develop and sharpen their asset tracing and recovery expertise with practical guidance and an opportunity to exchange experiences."
Gary Miller, Partner at Mishcon de Reya, said:
"We are thrilled that Queen Mary University has asked us to repeat our International Asset Tracing and Recovery course for a second year. This is no ordinary lecture course. It’s practical, interactive and based on a real life case study. The instructors delivering this course are practising lawyers who are engaged at the cutting edge of asset recovery and fraud investigations. You simply won’t find this course anywhere else."
Find more details here: International Asset Tracing and Recovery - Centre for Commercial Law Studies