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We are delighted to support the 2021 Women in Criminal Law Advent Calendar.
Every working day at 9am, Women in Criminal Law will post the day’s present(s) on their Twitter and LinkedIn pages. At 6pm, prize entry for that day will close and the Legal Elves will choose a winner – or winners – at random.
To enter, comment on the post with your name.
(If you don’t have Twitter or Linkedin you can also email firstname.lastname@example.org on the day of the prize you’d like to win – strictly between 9am-6pm that day). All routes of entry will have the same chance of winning.
You must be a WICL member to enter. The winner’s membership will be confirmed before they can be confirmed and notified by Mother Christmas herself!
Today’s (6th December 2021) prize is six mini-pupillages for prospective criminal pupils.
The Mountford Chambers prize will be announced on Wednesday 8th December.
Tom Edwards looks at the impact of the shift from Joint Enterprise to Common Purpose in the five years since…
Ben Hargreaves explores the inherent challenges in the admissibility of sexual history in sex cases. Section 41 of the Youth…
An analysis of the law on fitness to plead and stand trial in the magistrates’ courts: Silas Lee reviews the…
Silas Lee, pupil barrister, reviews the statutory regime on witness anonymity. Anonymous witness orders are most commonly sought by the…
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