He also owns and runs a firm providing training and consultancy services in relation to personal injury, technology and practice development.
Brett is working with the Civil Justice Council on its report on updating pre-action protocols and MoJ officials in relation to dispute resolution.
He continues to work with the CPRC on vulnerable witnesses and parties, and other projects related to health and safety disclosure requirements.
He is currently writing a guide to accidents at work. He is the case and digest editor for the Journal of Personal Injury Law produced by Thomsons Reuters.
Brett is regularly consulted by the legal press in relation to personal injury matters and has spoken at Westminster policy forums, the ABI conference, the APIL conference and Law Society conferences, Radio 4, local radio and BBC News.
He has given evidence to parliament on several occasions in relation to civil proceedings and is regularly consulted by civil servants and the senior judiciary as well.
On a personal note, he is the father of a disabled daughter.
Area of practice
Dispute resolution – civil and commercial mediation; European Community law; insurance; personal injury; professional negligence
Groups/boards served on
Civil Justice Committee (chair)