Steven is an insurance litigation and local authority lawyer with over twenty years’ experience of general insurance work, with particular expertise in defending local authorities, public authorities and insurers against the whole range of personal injury and civil claims brought against them. He is consistently recommended by Legal 500.
He specialises in employers' and public liability claims, including claims against highway authorities and claims arising out of accidents at work, for stress at work, bullying and harassment. He also deals with claims relating to misfeasance, education, discrimination and social services and defends insurance coverage disputes. He also advises on risk management, insurance procurement, data protection and freedom of information.
Steven frequently presents seminars and training to clients and has presented to CIPFA (Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy), ALARM (Association of Local Authority Risk Managers) and the IHE (Institute of Highway Engineers) as well as to regional local authority insurance officer and other local authority groups.
He regularly writes bulletins and blogs and has had articles published in the Solicitors Journal, the Law Society’s Litigation Funding journal, Butterworths’ Civil Costs Newsletter, the PI Brief Update Law Journal, Insurance Day and Local Government Lawyer.
Steven has worked with the UKRLG on their review of Well-maintained Highways, the Code of Practice for Highway Maintenance Management, he was a Corresponding Member to the review of the Codes of Practice and currently sits on the Highway Liability Joint Task Group contributing to the new edition of the Highways Risk & Liability Guide.
"Keystone Law has ‘a high degree of legal expertise’ and is ‘able to work across borders in complex legal matters’. Steven Conway specialises in employers’ and public liability claims"
Legal 500 (2016)
"Keystone Law’s [personal injury] practice was strengthened by the arrival of Steven Conway from Browne Jacobson LLP in 2016. Conway has notable experience defending local authorities, public authorities and insurers against a range of civil claims."
Legal 500 (2016)
“gets great results - he seems to have the Midas touch”.
Legal 500 (2015)
“consistently able to resolve any contentious matter with a fresh perspective”.
Legal 500 (2014)
“provides a fresh perspective on problematic and contentious matters”.
Legal 500 (2013)
“determined to achieve the desired result for his client”.
Legal 500 (2012)
“a robust and refreshing approach that leads to desired results”.
Legal 500 (2011)
|2016||Keystone Law | Consultant Solicitor|
|2007-2016||Browne Jacobson | Partner|
|2002-2007||Barlow Lyde & Gilbert (now Clyde & Co) | Associate|
|2000-2002||Berrymans Lace Mawer | Solicitor|
|1996-2000||Merricks | Trainee then Solicitor|
|1998||Qualified as a Solicitor|