Past events

The Education and Training Committee seeks to provide a programme of continuing education and training to the Criminal Bar by way of a series of evening lectures (the Old Bailey lectures) symposiums and all-day Saturday events. The Committee is committed to a programme that offers practitioners with the means of earning free or inexpensive CPD hours.

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JUSTICE Human Rights Law Conference 2018

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Wednesday 10 October 2018

One of the highlights of the human rights lawyer’s CPD calendar, the conference offers a prime opportunity to update your legal knowledge and gain valuable insight into the human rights issues of the year. As ever, this year’s programme aims to ensure that delegates are equipped with the key legal and policy developments necessary to […]

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Youth Justice Advocacy Training 2018

Tuesday 09 October 2018

The Youth Justice Legal Centre at Just for Kids Law Annual ‘Youth Justice Advocacy Training’. Currently running on the following training days: 20 September 2018, London 9 October 2018, London Offering an early bird discount for our training if booked before 31st January. The reduced price of £250 for a day’s training can be booked here. This one-day course […]

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Lincoln's Inn Women's Forum

Wednesday 18 July 2018

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A Concert in aid of the Sheriffs' and Recorder's Fund

Thursday 05 July 2018

Karl Jenkins' The Armed Man; a Mass for Peace


Royal Courts of Justice

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Summer Party

Friday 22 June 2018


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Kingston Crown Court Summer Party

Thursday 14 June 2018

Kingston Crown Court

16.30 - 20.00



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1 CPD Hours

Tuesday 12 June 2018

Old Bailey Lecture – 12th June 2018  Central Criminal Court Bar Mess, London Lord Justice Gross and Richard Horwell QC 17.15 for 17.30 CPD Accredited – 1 hour All Lectures Introduced by James Mulholland QC Director of Education, Criminal Bar Association The Lecture will take place in the Bar Mess at the Central Criminal Court, […]

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Early Day Motion, Parliamentary Debate and Launch of the Crowdfunded Campaign to provide MPs with the Secret Barrister Book and YLAL Report

Tuesday 08 May 2018

On the day of the debate, 8th May 2018, the Criminal Bar Association and Young Legal Aid Lawyers, supported by a broad coalition, comprising The Bar Council, Young Bar Association, Criminal Law Solicitors Association and the Justice Alliance, will host an event in the House of Commons: Time for Justice: The Law is Broken.

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Forthcoming event bookings

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