“Excellent – fascinating speaker and a great session.”

Medical Ethicist // Barrister // Keynote Speaker

Dr Daniel Sokol is a medical ethicist and a barrister specialising in clinical negligence at 12 King’s Bench Walk Chambers, London. He is an award-winning columnist for the British Medical Journal (‘Ethics Man’) and the author of 3 books on medical ethics and law. Selected writings are available on this website. He has sat on various committees, including those of the Ministry of Defence, the Ministry of Justice, and the Royal College of Surgeons. He has conducted advisory work, training, conference moderation, and after-dinner speaking for leading companies and charities, and lectures in the UK and internationally on medical ethics and law.

In Print

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a magnificent guide to clinical ethics and reflects the author’s very well known and widely respected academic gravitas and real life experience in clinical ethics.” Mr Vassilios Papalois, Chair, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust Clinical Ethics Committee, UK.

 

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“A thoughtful book, full of good ideas and sound advice” Lady Justice Arden

In the Media

‘Thank you so much for the presentation tonight. It was simply brilliant – just right.’
‘Many thanks for your fabulous presentation last week. It was very well received by the international medico-legal consultants – the feedback has been very positive. It is always a pleasure to have you come and speak for us.’
‘This was a very good lecture. The lecturer was entertaining and made difficult scenarios easier to talk about and made me open-minded.’
‘Thank you very very much for being such a great Keynote Speaker and visitor to our meeting. The feedback from your contributions has been tremendous and you were a pleasure to deal with.’
‘Thank you for all the effort, skill and commitment you gave to provide us with such a stimulating and valuable course. There is such a lot I will take away with me.’
‘This was a very good lecture. The lecturer was entertaining and made difficult scenarios easier to talk about and made me open-minded.’
‘His session should be compulsory to all clinicians!’