Frequently Asked Questions
Below you will find frequently asked questions about the conference. If you cannot find the answer you are looking for, please contact Harriet Norman
Where will the conference take place?
The Annual Conference will take place at the JW Marriott Grosvenor House London.
Please click here for information on travelling to England: entry restrictions, testing and quarantine regulations.
When will registration open and close?
Registration will open on Wednesday, 1 December 2021 and will close on 25 May 2022.
How do I register for the conference?
To register for the conference, please visit.
Can I register several people at once?
Yes, once you have registered the first person, you will have the option to register additional attendees
The delegate registration fee includes entry to the technical sessions on Monday 27 June, and Tuesday 28 June, conference lunches on 27 & 28 June the Welcome Cocktail Reception on Sunday 26 June, the Wimbledon High Tea and Reception on Monday 27 June and the Closing Cocktail Reception on Tuesday 28 June.
Accompanying persons / social functions
Registered accompanying persons attending the social functions must be over the age of 21. Accompanying Person is defined as a participant’s spouse or other personal relation who does not have a business interest in the Conference. If INSOL International believes the accompanying person is attending in a professional or business capacity, INSOL reserves the right to refuse or cancel the registration of the accompanying person and request they register as a full delegate for the Conference.
Accompanying person registration fee
The accompanying person registration fee includes entry to the Welcome Cocktail Reception on Sunday 26 June, the Wimbledon High Tea and Reception on Monday 27 June and the Closing Reception on Tuesday 28 June. Accompanying Person is defined as a participant’s spouse or other personal relation who does not have a business interest in the conference.
We accept Visa, Mastercard, and American Express. All payments debited from your credit card will be in Pounds Sterling (£). Cardholders will be charged by their credit card companies in their local currency. INSOL International is not responsible for any losses or gains in the fee due to currency changes. For bank transfer of BACS payments queries, please contact the INSOL Office.
How do I roll over my conference registration from INSOL Cape Town?
The rollover is valid for this conference year only and incorporates the pricing, cancellation, and refund policy in effect for the 2022 conference. For details on how to use this credit, contact Harriet Norman.
What is the cancellation policy for the conference?
Up until 26 May 2022, there will be a cancellation fee of £50 deducted from your refund. After 26 May 2022 payments are non-refundable for any reason. For full details, please refer to our terms and conditions.
Health and Safety
INSOL's Annual Conference will be run according to official Government and local authority in the first insance, as well as any venue or location specific regulations.
INSOL will take all reasonable measures available to us to ensure that the Conference is "COVID secure".
What is the hotel doing to create a safe environment for the conference?
Please see the Marriott website for updated information regarding the safety protocols that are being implemented.
Continuing Professional Development
For those delegates who are required by their professional associations to achieve minimum levels of continuing education, certificates of attendance will be available on request.
The Law Society of England and Wales has accredited this Conference for 10 hours of CPE.
The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA), the independent regulatory body created by The Law Society of England and Wales, have implemented a new approach to solicitors continuing competence. If solicitors wish to claim non accredited continuing professional development in line with SRA requirements, they can record this in their own training records and calculate their continuing professional development points by the number of hours and minutes the Conference is held for with the deduction of breaks.
Bar Standards Board (BSB)
The Bar Standards Board (BSB) have implemented a new Continuing Professional Development regime from 1 January 2017. As a result, barristers will have greater flexibility and individual responsibility for the training they require in line with BSB CPD requirements. For more information on the new CPD requirements, please go to www.barstandardsboard.org.uk.