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Half day am/pm including lunch:
Members: £135       
Non-Members: £155
Annual Conference: 
Members: £225           
Non-Members: £285
Students: £80

Annual Conference and Dinner: 
Members: £285
Non-Members: £330

Dinner only:  
All guests: £90

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The EWI would like to thank our sponsors for supporting this year’s conference: APIL, The Papworth Trust, The Grange Hotels, Carter Brown, Lexis Nexis, JS Publications, Your Expert Witness and Expert Witness Journal Ltd.

The EWI have a reserved 10 superior rooms at the Grange Rochester Hotel and at the Grange Wellington Hotel for the 23rd, 24th and 25th September to accomodate those attending the conference. 
Book now from £125
(Quote 230915J and your member number when booking to benefit from the preferential rates.)

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