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Over 100 delegates attend PSQB Criminal Seminar

Thank you to everyone that attended and supported the PSQB Criminal Seminar on Saturday.

The event was held at the BPP Law School in Leeds.

Kitty Colley introduced and started the program by delivering a talk on vulnerable defendants in the Criminal Justice System.

This was followed by talks by Kama Melly QC, Holly Clegg and Matthew Harding.

Ex member of Chambers HH Scott Wolstenholme then spoke about the Parole Board and guest speaker Jo Millington spoke about Forensic science.

Chris Moran concluded proceedings with a talk on POCA.

The event was free to attend and attracted 6 CPD points. Refreshments were provide by Tribecca.

The seminar seems to get bigger and better every year and the date for the 2019 event will be announced in the next few months.

 

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