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May 2015 Bristol Crime Conference National Tour

With the CLFS National tour now well under way our next stop was Colston Hall, Bristol, where we showcased Queen’s Square Chambers, a high-quality niche crime set, on the home run to London. The legal aid message formed a prominent part of the event once again.

Organised and delivered by the best solicitors and barristers in the business

Agreements to have sex in the age of the internet – Robin Shellard
Joint enterprise revisited: ‘the decision in Childs and Price’ – Oliver Willmott, James Tucker and Chris Smyth
Actions against the police – James Bromige
Confiscation – James Tucker and Oliver Willmott
Human Rights within your case load – Charley Pattison
Changes to legal aid funding and the legal landscape – Simon Goodman
Blood pattern analysis, DNA profiling and body fluid analysis / footwear marks, trace evidence and fire investigations – Steven Lomas and Nigel Hodge, Senior Forensic Scientists from Forensic Equity

Coded personalised attendance certificates for new SRA CPD compliance
100 per cent criminal defence practitioner focussed

Rapid transport links across Bristol, South Wales, the West Country and the UK.
Premium calibre content and delivery
Advance PDF of course notes with printed course pack on arrivalFast check in. Early get out
Comfortable all day seating
Air con and full audio visual support team
Unlimited tea, coffee, biscuits, Wifi
Informal drinks gathering post conference at a nearby venue

22 May 2015