7CPD / 7 CCC £65
FRIENDS HOUSE CONFERENCE CENTRE
FRIDAY 28 October 2016
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With information stalls from Young Legal Aid Lawyers Group, Howard League for Penal Reform, Justice Gap/Justice Alliance Proof Magazine and ClicConnect, the following groups were involved in this conference
Alastair Gordon of Howard League for Penal Reform with an introductory presentation on this organisation, now in its 150th year
Richard Brigden Barrister at Garden Court North presented his effervescent seminars on Early case preparation, Police Station
Interviews and Magistrates Court advocacy skills and updates
Leslie Cuthbert HCA Immediate Past Chair SAHCA covered case theory as the foundation of trial advocacy in the Magistrates and Crown Court followed by a rapid fire advocacy session named “20 top advocacy tips in 20 minutes”. SAHCA hosted a very successful post lunch advocacy breakout session which received phenomenal feedback.
Kate Aubrey-Johnson, Director of the Youth Justice Legal Centre, project of Just for Kids Law, is a Barrister at this ground breaking organisation revolutionising the approach to youth justice and she covered essential Youth Court advocacy
Paul Keleher QC of 25 Bedford Row. Leading Criminal Barrister presented essential sentencing updates in this session.
John Cooper QC of 25 Bedford Row. Leading Criminal and Civil Liberties barrister with over 30 years experience provided a comprehensive criminal law review and legislation update.
Anne Franc of Forensic Equity. Drugs legislation, detection, analysis and valuation
Philip Boyce of Forensic Equity. Gunshot Blood Pattern Analysis, Ballistics and Firearms legislation 5(a) and 5(b)
Rhona Friedman (Bindmans), Justice Alliance and Justice Gap committee member spoke on legal aid and the launch of PROOF Magazine.
Greg Foxsmith President of the London Criminal Courts Solicitors’ Association closed the conference with a humorous and upbeat look at our industry from a President’s perspective.