• 03/06/2015
    16:30 - 17:30

Tutors: Mr Ed Grange & Ms R Niblock 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 (more…)


  • 05/04/2015
    16:30 - 17:30

Come on an exhilarating roller-coaster ride with Bruce through the reforms that will transform your trials into something deep and meaningful. Building on the riveting lectures of last autumn, which dealt with the theory of 'Transforming Summary Justice, Bruce will now deal with the practicalities that will beset you when the scheme comes in - (more…)


  • 01/04/2015
    16:30 - 17:30

Tutor: Mr Mark Cotter Legal, Practical and Tactical Considerations on an under-used defence in Confiscation Proceedings. Mark Cotter was called to the bar in 1994 and specialises in all aspects of serious crime, with a particular emphasis on fraud (including confiscation) and serious sexual offences.  Although the majority of Mark's work is in the defence (more…)


  • 24/09/2014
    16:30 - 17:30

Presented by Nadia Ryman The webinar will concentrate on new developments in the area of confiscation that have been recently decided in the Supreme Court: Eastenders Cash and Carry [2014]UKSC 36- dealing with the appointment of a receiver, who should pay its costs when the POCA should not have been made in the first place? (more…)


  • 17/09/2014
    16:30 - 17:30

The new Regime proposed for implementation in the Autumn will substantially change the way in which cases are listed in the Magistrates Court. It puts greater burdens on the CPS but the Court will expect more information from the Defence at the Case Management Hearing. The move is to use a Case Management hearing to (more…)


  • 10/09/2014
    16:30 - 17:30

This webinar is intended to provide a base for the second lecture on Magistrates Court Disclosure Review. That Review is intended to shake up Case Management and provide even more efficiency. It will deal with how to satisfy the present requirements of the court whilst ensuring that the CPS are put to proof of the (more…)


  • 02/07/2014
    16:30 - 17:30

This webinar we will cover (i) how to get funding and obtain permission and (ii) commonly occurring areas of review in the police station and Magistrates' Courts. It will include: new changes to legal aid, recent case law on challenging police cautions and adjournments. It will assist someone new to the field and help those (more…)


  • 18/06/2014
    16:30 - 17:30

The webinar will review recent developments in criminal law including case developments under the Fraud Act 2006, the Supreme Court and causing death by unlawful driving, Recent cases on joint enterprise in fraud and burglary, the new interpretation of the mental element for attempt, and a round up of recent statutory developments.


  • 04/06/2014
    16:30 - 17:30

The presentation will provide an update on recent developments on the law of evidence, focusing in particular on developments in hearsay and bad character under the Criminal Justice Act 2003. Specific issues to be addressed include: The correct approach to hearsay admissibility -applying Riat (2012) The admissibility of evidence from frightened witnesses Hearsay and the (more…)


  • 30/04/2014
    16:30 - 17:30

The presentation will be made by Colin Beaumont. Colin is an experienced criminal practitioner. He qualified as a barrister in 1982 and spent 14 years in the court service before re-qualifying as a solicitor in 1996. In that year he joined a major criminal legal aid practice in the Thames Valley area and later became (more…)

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