Admissibility of Single Competent Authority Decisions in Modern Slavery Cases

Speaker: Jennifer Brenton
Chambers: 33 Bedfrod Row

As the broadening ambit of Modern Slavery related law gathers pace Jennifer Brenton presents a hybrid seminar equally valid for criminal practitioners and immigration lawyers alike. From the 33 Bedford Row crime team Jennifer here unpacks the detail on Admissibility of Single Competent Authority Decisions in Modern Slavery Cases – a must see seminar.

The Modern Slavery Act 2015
Section 45 Defences
Section 1 Slavery, servitude, forced labour
Procedure
DPP v M 2020
Brecani

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She is regularly instructed to appear in both Magistrates’ and Crown Courts. She has covered a broad range of criminal offences; from private road traffic matters and common assaults to burglary and high-level drugs offences. She has already received Crown Court trial instructions in her own name.

Career

Call 2013. Awards and prizes: Inner Temple BPTC Exhibition Award; City Law School – Stephen Seabrooke Memorial Prize (for highest marks in year in advocacy and criminal litigation); Inter-Inn Mooting Competition (2013) – Inner Temple, winner.

Education

University of Edinburgh: MA (hons) 2.1; College of Law: GDL – Distinction; City Law School: BPTC – Outstanding (8th in year of 400+ students).

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