EARLY BIRD OFFER - book on or before 20 December from only £140 + VAT*
An expert speaker panel drawn from private practice, the Bar, the Crown Office, academia, the Parole Board and the medical profession will consider some of the most important practical legal issues in criminal law.
Chaired by Sheriff Raymond McMenamin, topics covered will include child and vulnerable witnesses, police station interviews, bribery and corruption, sexual offences, the role of medical experts and developments at the Parole Board.
This is an important conference for all criminal lawyers and early booking is advised.
Reasons to join us
Learn about the steps being taken to protect vulnerable witnesses
Consider the developments in the law surrounding sexual offences
Understand the role of the medical expert
Learn from a panel of expert speakers
Network with your peers at Scotland’s premier legal CPD event
What's being covered?
Child and vulnerable witnesses Frances McMenamin QC, Black Chambers
Bribery and corruption Alasdair Gillies, BTO
Police station interviews Stuart Munro, Livingstone Brown
Parole - from Maconochie to Worboys Ian Bryce, Parole Board for Scotland
Role of the medical expert Dr Michael O’Keefe, University of Glasgow
Civil recovery: strategy, practice and enforcement Martin Collins, Civil Recovery Unit, Crown Office
Sexual offences – developments in law, procedure, and punishment Dr Graeme Brown, Durham University
*SAVE ALMOST 25% - as a special early bird offer, all bookings made on or before 20th December on any of the 10 conferences forming Scots Law 2020 will attract the discounted price of only £140 +vat (CLT Members) or £220 +vat (Non Members). Prices after the offer ends will revert to £180 +vat (CLT Members) or £280 +vat (Non Members)