Training & Events, Webinars

Criminal Law Update Webinar – 18/06/2014

PUBLISHED February 25, 2014

The webinar will review recent developments in criminal law including:
Case developments under the Fraud Act 2006 (R v Gilbert; UAE v Allen;);

  • The Supreme Court and causing death by unlawful driving (R v Hughes);
  • Recent cases on joint enterprise in fraud and burglary (R v Montague; R v Bristow);
  • The new interpretation of the mental element for attempt (R v Pace);
  • A round up of recent statutory developments.

 David Ormerod is the Criminal Law Commissioner for England & Wales. He is seconded from his post as Professor of Criminal Justice at Queen Mary College, University of London. He is aBarrister and a Bencher of Middle Temple. His recent publications include Smith and Hogan, Criminal Law (13th ed 2011). He is General Editor of Blackstone’s Criminal Practice; Halsbury’s Laws of England on Criminal Procedure and The Criminal Law Review. He writes and lectures regularly for the Judicial College in England & Wales and for the legal profession.

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