Celebrating our official launch at APIL Annual Conference 2015


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We are incredibly excited about our partnership with the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) to celebrate the official launch of our services at its industry-leading Annual Conference 2015.

Having established Stokes Case Management in March this year, we have been delighted to receive a significant level of support from legal practitioners and organisations across Wales and the UK. As a thank you to APIL delegates and guests, we have sponsored the Champagne Reception prior to Gala Dinner at the Annual Conference – which takes place at the spectacular Celtic Manor Resort, Gwent.

APIL is the largest accredited member body for personal injury, clinical negligence and serious injury lawyers across the UK and also raises awareness of issues to support the public. The two-day conference (which takes place on 23-24 April 2015) is filled with industry-leaders, high profile commentators and journalists as well as a variety of affiliated industries and supporters. It is one of the most essential sector events at which members gain business-oriented information, have the ability to help influence decision-makers and support their industry. We are thrilled to support the Annual Conference and to host the Champagne Reception, while celebrating our successes to date.

If you’re attending the event, we’d love to see you so please stop by our stand (Stand 1 – you won’t miss us by the entrance!) to have a chat, a Bona Fide Welsh Cake and get a date in the diary for a more detailed chat. We would love the opportunity to show you how we’re changing the face of Case Management and look forward to seeing you at APIL.

If you’d like to secure some time with our Clinical Director, Rhiannon Stokes, please contact Emma Waddingham via emma@emmawaddingham.com who will also be our stand (1) at the APIL Annual Conference.

For more details on the APIL Annual Conference 2015, please visit: http://bit.ly/1AhxlpC

 

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