For the Love of Nature
ITT’s Members are invited to attend a talk held at the Royal Geographical Society by the charity Just a Drop.
Published - 09/04/2019
Small print. Big difference.
It can be easy to overlook terms and conditions in the busy day-to-day running of a business. The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has previously found that less than half of UK businesses know the rules on unfair terms well and on average, only review their terms every four years.
Published - 18/04/2019
New Appointments to ITT’s Board of Directors
ITT is delighted to announce that three leading figures from the travel sector have joined ITT’s Board of Directors.
Published - 04/04/2019
Read the Registration Brochure Here
We are now only ten weeks away from the ITT Conference in Split. Take a look at our new Digital Registration Brochure to find out details about the three-day event.
Published - 01/04/2019
Professor Jo Delahunty QC, a leading UK barrister and Judge, will speak in Split.
Jo is a highly sought-after specialist in family law, entrusted with some of the most significant national cases. From 2013 to 2015, Jo acted on behalf of 76 bereaved families in the Hillsborough inquests and was instrumental in securing the verdict that the inadequate emergency medical response contributed to or caused the loss of life in the disaster. She has become known an outspoken voice for gender equality in the Law Profession and is passionate about mentoring and role modelling for all young students and barristers working their way through the ranks. She has spoken openly about the use and abuse of power in the legal profession: described as ‘fearless’ in her pursuit of fairness for those who don’t have a voice or are afraid to use it.
Brought up by a single mum and educated in the state sector, Jo was the first person in her family to stay in education after the age of 16. Against the odds, she went to Oxford University to read law: one of only two girls from her school ever to do so.
Published: Tuesday, March 19, 2019