Dominic De Saulles
Dominic De Saulles B.D. (Wales), Solicitor Advocate. Dominic was admitted as a Fellow of the Institute of Legal Executives in 1991 and as a Solicitor in 1996. He holds the Higher Courts (Civil Proceedings) Qualification and a Post-Graduate Certificate in University Teaching and Learning. He is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
Dominic is currently a member of the BPTC team. He has taught commercial litigation (BPTC and LPC), civil litigation (BPTC and LPC ), and advocacy (LPC). employers' liability (BPTC) and personal injury (LPC), professional conduct (LPC) and ethics (BPTC). Dominic is a supervisor for the LLM in Legal Practice.
Dominic was a litigation manager at Phillips and Buck (now Eversheds), an associate at Burrough & Co, a civil litigation partner at Le Brasseurs and then a consultant in Newport. He has extensive experience of commercial litigation and personal injury work. Dominic was an external examiner for the Higher Courts Qualification and for the Qualified Lawyers Transfer Test. He has taught on the Professional Skills Course and Management Stage I Course. Dominic has writen Personal Injury Law Manuals for CILEX and edited these works from the Claimant and Defendant perspectives. He has written for APIL’s PI Focus and for the Journal of Personal Injury Law and written material for the new Higher Apprenticeship in Law.
Dominic's blog on Law in General and on Personal Injury
Dominic was the independent academic for the SRA research project: An Assessment of the Market in Personal Injury. You can read the Report and what the SRA decided to do as a result of it here.
Dominic's blog on personal injury and law in general is at dominicdesaulles.wordpress.com