POSTPONED – A Symposium on the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill 2021
Message from the CBA Education and Training Director:
I am very sorry to have to announce that we have postponed the Symposium on the Police Bill due to be held next Thursday 16th December.
One of our speakers is seriously unwell with Covid-19 and cannot attend. In addition, given the large numbers expected we think it unwise in these uncertain times, to meet in this way. You have important cases to honour, and we do not wish to risk your health and well-being.
This is a postponement only as this event is important to us. Please keep an eye on your emails and the website as we hope to hold the symposium in February or March next year.
Wishing you a healthy and happy Christmas
Tracy Ayling QC
CBA Education & Training Director
The Criminal Bar Association presents
FAIR PROSECUTION, FEARLESS DEFENCE 2.0: still possible in 2021?
A Symposium on the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill 2021
Introduced and Moderated by Sir Alan Moses
- Stephanie Harrison QC, Garden Court Chambers
- John Larkin QC, Policy Exchange, Attorney General of Northern Ireland 2010 -2020
- Raj Chada, Hodge Jones and Allen
- Nicholas Ephgrave, Assistant Commissioner, QPM, Metropolitan Police
- Dr. Richard Martin, London School of Economics
Thursday 16th December 2021
Painted Gallery, The Central Criminal Court
6.30pm – 9pm
The Symposium will be followed by drinks and canapés
QUESTIONS TO BE SUBMITTED IN ADVANCE TO THE CBA EDUCATION COMMITTEE
William Davis [email protected] by 9th December 2021
Please include your name and contact details so you can be called upon on the evening
Book online via the CBA website or with the CBA Administrator
There are 2 CPD hours available for this event
Silk £0.00 +7 Years £0.00 -7 Years £0.00 Pupil £0.00 Non Member £0.00
There are 83 spaces available.
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