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EARN 6 CPD HOURSTHE CRIMINAL LAW REVIEWCONFERENCE 2010ALL THE RECENT AND FORTHCOMING CHANGESAND THEIR IMPACT ON YOUR PRACTICEFRIDAY 26TH NOVEMBER, LEEDSFRIDAY 3RD DECEMBER, LONDONHIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE:You will hear from leading experts on the latest developments in: Criminal lawThe criminal justice systemCriminal practiceEvidenceSentencingHuman rights lawCHAIR: Professor Ian Dennis MA, PhD, University College London; Editor, Criminal Law ReviewKEYNOTE SPEAKER: Lord Justice Leveson, Chairman, Sentencing Guidelines Council (London Conference only)SWEET & MAXWELL

THE CRIMINAL LAW REVIEWCONFERENCE 2010FRIDAY 26TH NOVEMBER 2010Park Plaza HOTEL, Boar Lane, City Square, Leeds LS1 5NSFRIDAY 3RD DECEMBER 2010Cavendish Conference Centre, 22 Duchess Mews, London W1G 9DTThis long-standing annual conference willensure that you are fully up to date with thelatest developments in the fast-changingarea of criminal law.The Criminal Law Review Conference is apractitioner-focused event, covering all recentand forthcoming changes in the key areas ofcriminal law and practice, including humanrights, evidence, procedure and sentencing.A COMPLETE UPDATE IN ONE DAYIn just one day of your time, you will hearfrom leading experts on key topics including: The ongoing dialogue between theEnglish courts and the European Courtof Human Rights over the use of hearsayevidence in criminal proceedings, withexpert analysis of the implications of thelatest decisionsThe Crime and Security Act 2010and the impact it will have on DNAprovisions, detention and stop-andsearch for the policeThe Bribery Act 2010 and how it willchange court and prosecutor responseto bribery offences, both at homeand abroadClarification on how the Coroners andJustice Act 2010 reforms core areas ofcriminal law, evidence and procedureThe future shape of criminaldefence practiceThe latest developments in sentencing,including early release and returnto custodyTAKE ADVANTAGE OF A FIRSTCLASS CONFERENCEIn attending, you will benefit from: Hearing first-hand from uniquelyauthoritative speakers on all majordevelopments in criminal justice overthe last yearExpert coverage of key new pieces oflegislation including the Crime andSecurity Act 2010, the Bribery Act 2010and the Coroners and Justice Act 2010A clear idea of the changes and updatesin criminal law and how they will affectyour practiceThe opportunity to meet and networkwith colleagues and experts in the fieldEarning 6 CPD hours accredited by theSRA/Bar Standards BoardPRAISE FOR THE 2009 CRIMINAL LAW REVIEW CONFERENCE“As ever this conference is wildly outstanding. The speakers are the cream of the crop.”“Good – hits the spot exactly – both content and quality of speakers.”“Covered everything in detail. Handouts were excellent and comprehensive and all speakers were very good indeed.”“Very interesting day, a lot of useful information presented in an entertaining and accessible way.”Follow this event on* Early bird discount is only available on the full standard delegate fee

BENEFIT FROM A COMPREHENSIVE PROGRAMME OF TOPICS8.45REGISTRATION WITH COFFEE Implementing the partial defences to murder The Crime and Security Act 2010 Consent in sexual offences: Doyle (2010)9.15 CHAIR’S WELCOMEProfessor Ian Dennis MA, PhD, University CollegeLondon; Editor, Criminal Law Review9.30KEYNOTE ADDRESS: DEVELOPMENTS IN THECRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM (London only)Lord Justice Leveson, Chairman, SentencingGuidelines CouncilProfessor David Ormerod, Queen Mary, Universityof London12.45 QUESTIONS AND DISCUSSION13.00 LUNCH14.00 RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN CRIMINAL PRACTICE*9.45 RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN HUMAN RIGHTS LAW Post charge interviewing in the police station Defence Witness notices and other procedural change The future shape of criminal defence practice Changes in Al Khawaja Article 5 and 8: police powers, stop-and-searchand detention Article 8: deportation and extradition Article 6: right to confront witnesses andhearsay evidenceProfessor Andrew Ashworth QC, DCL, FBA, CBE,University of Oxford10.30 RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN EVIDENCE Horncastle and the ‘crafted code’ approachto hearsay Competence, intermediaries and vulnerablewitnesses (including defendants) s.35 CJPOA 1994 - the price of silenceAnthony Edwards, Senior Partner, TV Edwards Revised Code for Crown Prosecutors Core Quality StandardsKingsley Hyland OBE, Crown Prosecution Service15.30 QUESTIONS AND DISCUSSION15.40 AFTERNOON TEA15.55 RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN SENTENCING Sentencing guidelines and the courts Early release and return to custody Latest casesProfessor Diane Birch, JC Smith Professor of Law,University of Nottingham11.15 QUESTIONS AND DISCUSSION11.30 MORNING COFFEE11.45 RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN CRIMINAL LAW* The Bribery Act 2010 Joint enterprise liability and weapons: Mendez (2010)* Please note that at the Leeds conference, the Criminal Practice and the Criminal Law sessionswill swap times in the programme. The programme is subject to change without noticeDr David Thomas QC, LLD, Trinity Hall, Universityof Cambridge16.55CHAIR’S CONCLUSIONSProfessor Ian Dennis MA, PhD, University CollegeLondon; Editor, Criminal Law Review17.15 CLOSE OF CONFERENCE

LEARN FROM THE EXPERTSProfessor Andrew Ashworth QC, DCL,FBA, CBE, is Vinerian Professor of EnglishLaw at the University of Oxford. He is aCase Commentator for the Criminal LawReview, Co-editor of Emmerson, Ashworthand Macdonald, Human Rights and CriminalJustice, and is the Author of Sentencing andCriminal Justice and Human Rights, andSerious Crime and Criminal Procedure.Professor Diane Birch is JC Smith Professorof Law at the University of Nottingham. Sheis an Editorial Board Member for the CriminalLaw Review and Editor of Blackstone’sCriminal Practice. Diane is also a Consultantto the Law Commission’s Reports on Hearsayand Previous Misconduct.Professor Ian Dennis is Professor of Lawand Director of the Centre for Criminal Lawat University College London. He is the Editorof the Criminal Law Review, a door tenant ofchambers at 9 Bedford Row, London WC1,and a consultant to the Law Commission onreform of the criminal law. He is the authorof The Law of Evidence (4th ed, 2010) andnumerous articles and essays on criminallaw, criminal evidence and procedure.Anthony Edwards qualified as a solicitorin 1974 and has always specialised incriminal law. He is Senior Partner ofTV Edwards LLP, a duty solicitor and ahigher courts advocate (Criminal Courts).Anthony Edwards is a member of theCouncil of Justice and of the editorialboards of Criminal Law Review and Corderyon Solicitors. He is a member of the LawCommission’s advisory group on criminallaw. He is the author of Advising a Suspectin the Police Station (Sweet and Maxwell)and Fixed Fees in the Criminal Courts; (withRoger Ede) of Criminal Defence, A Guideto Good Practice (Law Society) and (withJoanne Savage) of Sentencing HandbookGuidelines in the Criminal Courts.Kingsley Hyland OBE is a Solicitor-Advocateand Head of the Complex Casework Unit forCPS North East. Admitted as a solicitor in1981 and a lawyer with the CPS since 1986,he served as the CPS representative oninter-agency Intercept as Evidence Reviewin 2003-4 and chaired the PII sub-groupof the Joint ACPO/CPS Advanced andSpecialised Disclosure Project in 2004-5. Hesits on the Peer Review Group of the ongoinginter-agency review of RIPA. He is the CPSrepresentative on National Source WorkingGroup and on the National UndercoverWorking Group, the CPS lead tutor on covertlaw enforcement issues, and HonoraryVisiting Professor of Law at the CumberlandSchool of Law in Birmingham, Alabama.The Rt Hon Lord Justice Leveson wasappointed Queens Counsel in 1986, anda Judge of the High Court of Englandand Wales in 2000. From 2002 he was aPresiding Judge of the Northern Circuit. In2006 he was both appointed as DeputySenior Presiding Judge and as Lord Justiceof Appeal. He was Senior Presiding Judgefor England and Wales in 2007 and wasappointed Chairman of the SentencingGuidelines Council in January 2010.David Ormerod is Professor of CriminalJustice at Queen Mary College, Universityof London. He is the author of numerousjournal articles and book chapters, andmany case commentaries. He is the authorof Smith and Hogan, Criminal Law (12thed. 2008), Smith and Hogan Cases andMaterials on Criminal Law (10th ed. 2009),Smith’s Law of Theft (9th ed 2007) withDavid Williams and Fraud: Criminal LawProcedure (2008) with Clare MontgomeryQC. David is the Criminal Law Review CasesEditor; General Editor for Blackstone’sCriminal Practice; and serves on theEditorial Boards of the International Journalof Evidence & Proof and Covert PolicingReview. He lectures regularly to the JudicialStudies Board, the legal profession and tovarious prosecution agencies. David is alsoa member of the Criminal Justice Council,and is a Barrister in the Chambers of DavidEtherington QC, 18 Red Lion Court, London.He is a Bencher of Middle Temple.Dr David Thomas QC, LLD has specialisedin the study of the law and practice ofsentencing for over thirty years. He wasappointed Queen’s Counsel (honoriscausa) in 1996. He is the Editor of CurrentSentencing Practice, the Criminal AppealReports (Sentencing), Sentencing CasesEditor of the Criminal Law Review,Sentencing Editor of Archbold, author ofthe Sentencing Referencer, and a regularcontributor to other publications. Hefrequently lectures on behalf of the JudicialStudies Board and other organisations,including the Criminal Bar Association.David is an Emeritus Fellow of TrinityHall, Cambridge.BOOK YOURPLACE eview2010Return the order form overleafFOR FURTHERINFORMATIONEMAIL [email protected] 020 7393 7589

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