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Throughout the year, Mountford Chambers’ barristers will deliver a programme of seminars, covering all areas of criminal law, that will include serious crime, professional regulation, public law and business crime and fraud.
Seminars will commence at 6:00pm and last approximately 45 mins, with time for questions at the end. The evening will conclude with refreshments and the opportunity to network.
Chambers is a highly respected, leading set with a national and international reputation for excellence, our barristers provide the very best advice and advocacy and are regularly instructed in high profile cases.
Our members have a breadth of experience covering every aspect of criminal and regulatory law and advisory work.
Autumn 2022 Seminar Programme
20th October 2022 – Daniel Frier, Rebecca Upton, Sophie Evans and Chloe Birch
Title: An introduction to Inquests
Synopsis: During this informative seminar, barristers from Mountford Chambers will discuss:
3rd November 2022 – Charles Bott KC, Richard Furlong and Alexandra Scott
Title: All is Not Lost: Tracing Assets as the Victim of Fraud
Synopsis: Charles Bott KC, Richard Furlong and Alexandra Scott will cover the interplay between civil and criminal remedies, touch on private prosecutions, and discuss procedural options.
10th November 2022 – Alan Kent KC and Alphege Bell
Title: Admissibility of Gang Association in Criminal Trials
Synopsis: Alan Kent KC and Alphege Bell will present a talk on the admissibility of Gang Association in Criminal Trials.
The talk will review the latest authorities and help prepare you for what to expect when faced with applications to adduce evidence of gang association.
Alan and Alphege are both extremely experienced advocates and deal with gang cases on a regular basis.
The events are offered free of charge, and we expect them to be popular, please book early to avoid disappointment.
We look forward to seeing you and showing you our new premises.
If you wish to attend a seminar, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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