ESSENTIAL CRIMINAL LAW PRACTITIONER UPDATE CONFERENCE LONDON 2017

FRIDAY 27 October 2017 9.30 am – 4.30 pm

7CPD FULL DAY TICKET £75
SRA and BSB Compliant for CPD and Continuing Competence
Friends House Conference Centre

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(Compliance date 31/10/2017)

Leading criminal defence chambers 25 Bedford Row will provide a Legislation & Evidence Update with Rudi Fortson QC covering the new release under investigation bail calculation at the police station and in the afternoon, a Sentencing Update with Paul Keleher QC and a comprehensive review of fingerprint forensics by Keith Borer Consultants.

To conclude there will be a session on Unity Within the Profession and The Changes Ahead by Greg Foxsmith (previous president LCCSA) and Greg Powell (president LCCSA) and they will discuss the LAA contract 14 hour rule, freelance and ACA solicitors as ghosts, and the LCCSA survey regarding ACA and freelance hours under the contract.

Please join us afterwards for a complimentary drinks party kindly hosted by 25 Bedford Row.

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2017 Legislation Update (including new bail provisions) Rudi Fortson QC
Evidence and General Law Update Rudi Fortson QC
Fingerprint Evidence, Guilty Until Proven Innocent Simon Bunter Bsc Hons KBC
Annual Sentencing Update Paul Keleher QC
POCA Update: Restraint, & Unexplained Wealth Orders Alex Jamieson (25 BR)
Unity Within the Profession. Changes Ahead. Greg Foxsmith/Greg Powell (LCCSA)

Expect to cover

  • Police station advice
  • New RUI bail calculation
  • Magistrates court updates
  • Criminal law updates
  • New CPR
  • New practice directions
  • New statutes
  • New bail provisions
  • New sentencing guidelines
  • Comprehensive fingerprints review
  • POCA
  • Unexplained wealth orders

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50 imaginitive and enjoyable easy to watch video modules presented by leading QC’s,Counsel,HCA’s,Solicitors and Experts from the Criminal Defence community.

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This Package Includes

  • Unlimited CPD Access
  • Regular Legal Update Bulletins
  • Document Downloads
  • No Hassle
  • No Assessments
  • Full training record
  • Free Ticket to our Drinks Party

Our video modules include:

Criminal Law Updates

Legislation Update 1. John Cooper QC 25BR
Legislation Update 2. Nicky Hall HCA
Legislation Update 3. Nicky Hall HCA
Sentencing Update. Paul Keleher QC 25BR
Sentencing Update 2 Avoiding Prison. Dr Laura Janes. Howard League.
Sexual Offences Update 1. Matthew Stanbury GCN
Sexual Offences Update 2. Aisling Byrnes 25BR

Police Station

Police Station Basic Advice 1. Max Campbell. Brett Wilson LLP
Police Station Advice 2 Dos and Donts. Max Campbell
Police Station Advice 3. Max Campbell

Advocacy

Advocacy Skills. Leslie Cuthbert. Past chair SAHCA. Recorder
Twenty best tips in twenty minutes. Leslie Cuthbert. Recorder.
Case Theory. The Foundation of Advocacy. Andrew Mcglaughlin. Recorder
Advocacy Fast and Furious 2017. Jeremy Dein QC. Recorder
Magistrates Court Advocacy Skills and Updates Richard Brigden GCN
Youth Court Advocacy. Kate Aubrey Johnson. Just For Kids Law
Advocacy and Unity Within the Profession. John Cooper QC 25 BR

Unity

The History of Legal Aid and Proof Magazine. Rhona Friedman. Bindmans. Robert Lizar. Lizar and Co.
Unity Within the Profession. Greg Foxsmith Ex President LCCSA

Best Practice

Taking a Comprehensive Proof of Evidence. Max Campbell
Post Court Letters Max Campbell
CJSM, Digital Case Management. Duncan Jones .25BR
Instructing an Expert. Simon Franc. Forensic Equity.
Vulnerable Witnesses, Intermediaries, Fitness to Plead Natasha Lloyd Owen,
Emma Stuart Smith 25 BR
Vulnerable Witness Helen Valley Monica Stevenson. 25BR
Bad Character in Full. Monica Stevenson 25 BR
Abuse of Process. Colin Wells 25 BR
POCA and Financial Crime. Alex Di Francesco. 25 BR
Bribery Act. A Case Study. Osman Osman. 25BR
Inquests. John Cooper QC 25 BR
Immigration. Modern Slavery. Human Traffic Richard Brigden GCN
Investigatory Powers. Andrew Fitzpatrick GCN

Evidence

Fingerprints. Forensic Equity
Indecent Images in Cyber Crime and Legitimate Defences. Forensic Equity
DNA Evidence for the Defence Practitioner. Sarah Short. Forensic Equity
Drugs. Accurate Defence Valuations. Anne Franc. Forensic Equity
Cyber Crime and Digital Devices, Simon Biles. Forensic Equity
Mobile Phone Evidence. Mark Rigby. Forensic Equity
Murder, Manslaughter, Causation and Heart Related Deaths
Firearms 1. An Introduction. Philip Boyce. Forensic Equity
Firearms 2. Firearms Act 1968. Philip Boyce. Forensic Equity
Firearms 3. Gunshot Blood Pattern Analysis. Philip Boyce. Forensic Equity
Firearms 4. Stunguns and Tazers. Philip Boyce. Forensic Equity

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Further Info

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  • Premium calibre content and delivery
  • Advance PDF of course notes with printed course pack on arrival
  • Organised and delivered by the best solicitors and barristers in the business
  • Coded personalised attendance certificates for SRA CPD/CCC compliance
  • Fast check in. Early get out. Comfortable all day seating
  • Air con and full audio visual support team
  • tea, coffee, WIFI

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Getting there

Friends House Conference Centre, 173-177 Euston Road, London, NW1 2BJ

By rail: From its position opposite Euston’s rail and tube stations, it is a ten minute walk from King’s Cross Station and St Pancras International Terminus. All major rail terminals are easily reached by tube.

By tube: The nearest tube stations are Euston and Euston Square, which are on the Northern, Victoria, Metropolitan, Circle and Hammersmith & City lines. Between July 2014 and March 2015 Euston Square will have refurbishment work taking place on various underground station escalators, please see below for alternative routes.

By bus: Numbers 10, 18, 30, 73, 205 and 390 pass the door whilst 59, 68, 91, 168, and 253 stop nearby.

By car: Friends House is within a meter parking zone. Charges must be paid Monday to Friday 08:30 – 18:30. There are alternative, longer-term parking facilities under Euston Station. Please note that Friends House is within the congestion charge zone.