Deferred Prosecution Agreements: How will it work?
Date: 16 January 2014
Drinks Reception: 7.30pmVenue: Stephenson Harwood, 1 Finsbury Square, London EC2M 7SH
Chair Thomas Price QC, 25 Bedford Row
The Crime and Courts Act 2013 has provided a framework for Deferred Prosecution Agreements (DPAs) to be used as a new law enforcement tool by prosecutors in England and Wales to more effectively tackle economic crime committed by corporate bodies.
This event will take you through the new system of DPAs and how it is proposed they will operate. The panellists will identify the problem areas to look out for when the final codes and rules are published in February 2014.
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The Cuts to Legal Aid: The Challenge, the Counter-Response and the Consequences
14 November 2013 Queen Mary Mile End Campus, London
On 14 November Jo Sidhu QC will be speaking as the guest of the Queen Mary Pro Bono Society at an event titled: "The Cuts to Legal Aid: The Challenge, the Counter-Response and the Consequences". The panel of speakers will include leading lawyers and academics debating the ramifications of the current threatened changes in public funding. It starts at 6.15-6.30pm in the Arts Two Lecture Theatre, Queen Mary's Mile End Campus E1 4NS and is open to everyone.
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Criminal Law Review Conference 2013
6 December 2013
Speaker: Rudi Fortson QC
Topic : Evidence: Recent Developments
A comprehensive overview of judicial decisions, and statutory measures during 2013
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