• 13/12/2016
    18:00 - 19:00

Join Paul Keleher QC for his 2016 updated on sentencing practice and procedure in England and Wales.


  • 05/05/2016
    16:30 - 17:30

Speaker: Rudi Fortson QC CPD – 1 hour Content to include: Explanation of the Act. How it is intended to work in practice. Practical evidential problems - pitfalls for practitioners Relationship between the PSA and the MDA 1971 If you are already (more…)


  • 16/03/2016
    17:45 - 18:45

Jeremy Dein QC presents a practical guide designed to assist solicitors on the impact and consequences of R. v. Jogee [2016] UKSC 8. It attempts to state, in a "nutshell", the principles outlined by the Court, and to advise as to logistical steps that may be taken in lights of the Judgment. Points of discussion (more…)


  • 24/09/2015
    16:30 - 17:30

Tutor: Professor David Ormerod QC If you are already a member of the LCCSA / CLSA then you need to login to access this restricted content. If you're not a member, then why not join (more…)


  • 10/09/2015
    16:30 - 17:30

Tutor: Professor David Ormerod QC If you are already a member of the LCCSA / CLSA then you need to login to access this restricted content. If you're not a member, then why not join now (more…)


  • 29/07/2015
    16:30 - 17:30

Tutor: Cecilia Goodwin Defending Benefit Fraud - Part 2 Welcome to Part 2 of ‘Defending Benefit Fraud’ presented by Cecilia Goodwin. This webinar aims to provide the listener with a brief overview of the historical landscape of the investigations and prosecutions relating to fraudulent claims for benefit. Within the last 2 years the Government has (more…)


  • 24/07/2015
    16:30 - 17:30

Ed Cape is Professor of Criminal Law and Practice at the University of the West of England, Bristol. He is the author of Defending Suspects at Police Stations (7th edition due to be published early 2015), a contributor to Blackstone’s Criminal Practice, writes case commentaries for Criminal Law Review, and also writes the bi-annual police (more…)


  • 23/07/2015
    16:30 - 17:30

Presenter Nadia Ryman. The serious crime act 2015 received royal assent on 3rd March. It gives effect to a number of legislative proposals set out in the Serious and Organised crime strategy published in October 2013. This gives the NCA and other law enforcement agencies further powers to investigate and is designed to assist in (more…)


  • 24/06/2015
    16:30 - 17:30

Tutor: Professor Ed Cape The Police Station Update Webinar is designed for lawyers who act for clients at the police station, and will cover developments in legislation, the PACE Codes and case-law over the past year. Topics will include –  The revised PACE Code C (in force from June 2014) – especially the provisions implementing (more…)


  • 10/06/2015
    16:30 - 17:30

Tutor: Nathaniel Rudolph The presentation will cover  The Rules - 10 year anniversary - where are we now Competence and professional requirements in relation to the rules The National Early Guilty Plea Scheme and the Plea and Trial Preparation Hearing - a ‘world exclusive’ look at the 2015 Rules and draft Practice Direction Sanctions for (more…)

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