Litigation Webinar: 28th January

19 Jan 2021 | Arjun Jethwa


Thursday 28th January

5:00pm – 6:00pm

Join this webinar to find out more about group actions. In particular the circumstances when one person is not enough or when one lawyer is not enough!

Our speakers will cover:

  • What to expect in group litigation.
  • What an intervener does during proceedings.
  • What the community can do to deal with issues faced by multiple people.

This event will be held on Zoom.

Chairing this webinar will be Arjun Jethwa.
Arjun is a lawyer at Osbornes Law specialising in housing disrepair, housing possession, unlawful evictions, homelessness and judicial review.

Arjun and all of our lawyers from the litigation team at Osbornes will be available to answer your questions following the webinar.


Tim Baldwin

Barrister, Garden Court Chambers

Tim is known for his fierce commitment to representing vulnerable, marginalised and disadvantaged clients. He is going to be talking about group action – the do’s and dont’s of group litigation.

Jo Underwood

Managing Solicitor, Shelter

Jo heads up the Strategic Litigation team focussing on housing, homelessness, public law, legal aid, and access to justice. She is going to talk about acting as an intervener.

George Briley

PhD researcher, Open University

George is going to talk about how his ESRC funded research focuses on workplace and community organising leadership in the context of the urban environment.


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Zoom joining details will be sent to you via e-mail.

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