2 June 2012 12:00:00 GMT
Criminal Law Seminar - Guilty or Guilt-Ridden?
The latest in Broadway House Chambers' regular Criminal Law seminar programme will take place in Bradford on 21st June 2012. The focus of the seminar will be on vulnerable defendants and witnesses, sexual offences and psychological elements.
The seminar will be hosted by Michelle Colborne QC, who will concentrate on vulnerable witnesses and defendants. One of the North Eastern Circuit's leading silks, Michelle will provide practical assistance to fellow practitioners who encounter cases with such difficult elements, particularly where the use of intermediaries becomes vital in order to assist the evidential process.
As ever our legal speaker will be joined by an expert from an allied field, in this case Zoë Lodrick, a registered Psychotherapist, Trainer and Consultant. Zoë will explain the psychology behind sexual offences, particularly rape, and analyse how sex offenders go about creating opportunities to offend, why victims are often reluctant to report, and the concept of "guilt".
The seminar will be held at the Bradford Club and will commence at 5.15pm with refreshments. The cost is £25 per delegate. To make a booking please contact Helen Craven, Director of Marketing and Administration, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, the booking form is available in PDF format by clicking on the link below.
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