Seminars and training

Details of 9 Bedford Row's upcoming 2021 Webinars can be found here - please email events@9bedfordrow.co.uk to register your interest.

The notes for many of the recent events below are available, also from events@9bedfordrow.co.uk

  • Interviewing Witnesses in International Criminal Investigations a Conversation with: Professor Eric Shepherd, 7 June 2021 - available here
  • The Protection of Cultural Heritage by the International Criminal Court. Kirsty Sutherland, Oumar Ba, Matthew Cross and Josh Kern, 26 May 2021 - available here
  • Harmony or divergence? Effective judicial protection as concepts of EU and UK law. Josh Kern, Helen Malcolm QC and Rachel Barnes, (3 Raymond Buildings) and Fergus Randolph QC (Brick Court Chambers),  13 April 2021 - available here
  • Exercising Universal Jurisdiction in a National Prosecution. Steven Kay QC, Dr Dov Jacobs, Prof Dr Elies van Sliedregt and Professor Michael Newton, 6 April 2021 - available here
  • Kazakhstan Questions about Government, Justice and International Arbitrations. Steven Kay QC, Annette Bohr, Joanna Lillis, John Traversi and Tobias Vollmer, 24 March 2021 - available here
  • Evidence Challenges in International Criminal Law. Steven Kay QC, Gillian Higgins, Sareta Ashraph (Garden Court Chambers) and Professor Alex Whiting, 1 March 2021 - available here
  • The Influence of the Narrative in International Criminal Trials. Steven Kay QC, Professor Margaret de Guzman, Dr Mark Ellis and Professor William Schabas, 1 February 2021 - available here
  • Understanding online sexual offending involving children. Stuart Allardyce, Director - Stop It Now! Scotland/Lucy Faithfull Foundation Project Manager, 20 January 2021.
  • Beyond the transition period: UK/EU Extradition post-2020. Alex Tinsley, Jonathan Swain and Stefan Hyman, 8 December 2020.
  • "Cameras On" An interactive pupillage event. Alex Matthews, Drea Becker, Emma Heath and Rebecca Steels, 3 & 10 December.
  • Catch me if you can: The Global reach of the Bribery Act 2020 and the implication of the Colonial Laws. Steven Kay QC, Dr Anthony Richardson and Richard Paton-Philip, 19 November 2020.
  • Youths: Simplifying the Sentencing Regime. Alex Matthews and Emma Heath, 17 November 2020
  • Mental Health and the Criminal Justice System. Justin Rouse QC and Nutan Fatania, 27 October 2020
  • Lawyers, Guns and Money: Recent Developments in Gun Law. Peter Glenser QC and Matthew Simpson, 6 October 2020
  • Custody without trial: Locked up in Lockdown. Alex Matthews and Emma Heath, 15 September 2020
  • Electronic disclosure and analysing the material effectively. Zacharias Miah was joined by Paddy Lawton from Fact360, 1 September 2020
  • Covid-19 Public Inquiry - What to expect and how to prepare. Zacharias Miah and Lennart Poulsen, 27 August 2020
  • Private Prosecutions: Potential Pitfalls. Aneurin Brewer, 25 August 2020
  • Child Sexual Abuse: Key messages from research for legal professionals. Stuart Allardyce, Director - Stop It Now! Scotland/Lucy Faithfull Foundation Project Manager, 13 August 2020
  • Paedophile hunter cases: Prey or predator? Max Hardy, 4 August 2020
  • A crash course in Extradition law. Jonathan Swain, Stefan Hyman and Scott Smith, 30 July 2020
  • Who Dunnit? Identification evidence and powers of exclusion. Jane Bickerstaff QC and Stefan Hyman, 14 July 2020
  • Electronic disclosure and analysing the material effectively. Zacharias Miah was joined by Paddy Lawton from Fact360, 23 June 2020
  • The jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court and its relations with non-States Parties. Joshua Kern was joined by Professor Leila Sadat, Dr. Talita de Souza Dias and Dr. Dov Jacobs, 18 June 2020
  • Symposium with Judge Theodor Meron, 13 February 2020
  • Extradition, Brexit, Interpol and the General Election. Alison Riley (Kingsley Napley) was joined by Alex Tinsley, Jonathan Swain and Ben Joyes, 14 January 2020
  • Direction of travel in corporate enforcement, investigations and guidance, Steven Kay QC, Camilla de Silva (Joint Head of Fraud, Bribery & Corruption at the SFO) and Matthew Banham (Partner at Dechert LLP) 23 October 2019
  • Churchill and Attlee's War Crimes Commission of 1943 - 1948, Dr Dan Plesch, 25 September 2019
  • Symposium on Heads of State Immunity, Dr. Dov Jacobs, 6 June 2019
  • Recent Developments in Firearms Law, Peter Glenser QC, 18 February 2019
  • Professor Garraway, Commissions of Inquiry, January 2019
  • Cybercrime, October 2018
  • RASSO, September 2018
  • Modern Day Slavery Act 2015, May 2018
  • GDPR, April 2018
  • Confiscation, March 2018
  • Sexual Offences, February 2018
  • Section 28 Implementation and its Compliance, June 2017
  • The Value of Recording Fact-finding (Forensic) Interviews, May 2017
  • Bribery and corruption – a brief introduction to a global crime and How to protect your business, March 2017
  • A/507/9770 Understanding Investigative Interviewing, October 2016
  • Cyber Security in the Legal Sector – ICO Compliance and Good Practice, May 2016
  • Police Station Interviews - A Potential Hot Potato, April 2016
  • An Introduction to Military Law, April 2016
  • R v Jogee and Joint Enterprise – an assessment of the Supreme Court decision and its effect in practice, March 2016
  • How Tribunals Decide: Applications of Cognitive Psychology to Advocacy, February 2016
  • The Modern Law of Statutory Hearsay and the Remains of the Common Law Exceptions, December 2015
  • Keep the Faith: How a Graffiti Magazine Challenged the Law, December 2015
  • Next Year’s Cases Now//Cell Site Analysis, November 2015
  • Victims of Trafficking: what legal practitioners should know, September 2015
  • The Disclosure of Digital Evidence: Getting it Right, July 2015
  • Confiscation & the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 – Recent Developments, June 2015
  • Expert Evidence: Making the Most of Expert Evidence, May 2015
  • Recent Developments in Road Traffic Law in the Crown Court, April 2015
  • Cyber Crime, March 2015
  • Mental Health: The conditional Discharge of Restricted Patients, February 2015
  • Kenyatta and the ICC: A Case Study in Flawed Outcomes, January 2015
  • Evolution of Sexual Offences/Dealing and Handling of Vulnerable Witnesses/Sexual Offences Prevention Orders, November 2014
  • Social Media – How it can affect your case? Bail: Tricks & Traps, October 2014

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