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Police disclosure seminar for Criminal Defence Solicitors April 11th 2018 Maidstone Hilton 5.45pm

On April 11th 2018 9 KBW will be hosting a seminar for Criminal Defence Solicitors on the important topic of Police Disclosure.

The event will provide presentations by criminal law specialist practitioners on the following;

Why All The Secrecy ?

John Clifford Barrister CPS grade 4 Prosecutor & Rape List Counsel.

Proactivity - Knowing What To Ask For

Robyn Murdo-Smith Former Metropolitan Police Officer

Third Party Disclosure & Witness Summons 

Jonathan Mole Joint Head of Chambers & Efstathios Divaris Barrister

Used or Unused & How To Bill It

Dan Cohen Barrister

Questions & Answers 

 

Venue

HILTON MAIDSTONE , BEARSTED ROAD , MAIDSTONE , ME14 5AA

11th APRIL 2018 17.45pm – 19.30pm

To book places please email christine@9kbw.com specifying your name, firm and how many seats are required.

 

Refreshments will be available on arrival and there will be a drinks reception to follow where we hope you will meet members of Chambers and staff who can provide you with any information that you would like on Chambers services.

Speakers from Chambers are highly experienced Crown Court advocates and will be available to answer questions both after the seminar and during the reception.

We very much hope that you and your colleagues would like to attend. If so please e mail either me on christine@9kbw.com or Gary our Senior Clerk on gary@9kbw.com

Should you have any questions please do not hesitate to call the clerking team.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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