Brett Dixon

Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL)

Brett Dixon is a Fellow of APIL and the association’s president. He has practised as a solicitor for almost 20 years and has a wealth of experience in representing both private and trade union clients. He delivers training on behalf of APIL through webinars and face to face courses.

He has been involved in responding to many government consultations on behalf of the organisation and acts as APIL’s main media spokesman, appearing frequently on national and regional news programmes. He has given evidence to the House of Commons justice select committee on several occasions and often appears as a guest speaker at events across the UK.

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Working with others to secure justice for injured people

This seminar will outline the work of APIL: from campaigns, to legal training and the maintenance of high standards through the APIL accreditation scheme. It will explain the importance of working together as professionals to help people who are injured through no fault of their own gain access to the justice to which they are entitled.

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