See previous J6 webinars below - Recording and slides available
1: 26 November 2020 - (Recording available) ‘A new defence for victims of domestic violence who offend’ and ‘NRM trials: "Yes you’re a slave but shhh it’s a secret"’
2: 28 January 2021 - (Recording available) ‘Indecent Images and Technical IT Considerations’ and ‘Consent and the Impact of Intoxication in Sex Cases’
3: 25 March 2021 - (Recording available) ‘Hospital Orders: Practical Considerations' and 'The New Sentencing Code Examined’
4: 27 May 2021 - (Recording available) ‘When points don’t mean prizes: disqualification & driving offences’ and ‘Police Crime, Sentencing & Courts Bill: Punishment without crime’
August 2021 Update: Recording available NRM Trials in 2021 - 'Nick Hall explores the admissibility of NRM decisions in criminal trial'
5: 23 September 2021 - (Recording available) "Contempt in a Post-Pandemic World" and "On the Road Again: protest, wilful obstruction of highways and ‘lawful excuse’"
6: 25 November 2021 - (Recording available) "Corporate Criminal Liability: updates, developments and future trends"
7: 24 February 2022 - (Recording available) J6 Series: “Recent Developments in Criminal Justice Diversion Schemes”
8: 21 April 2022 - (Recording available) J6 Series: “Weapons offences explored: Disguised firearms and mandatory minimum sentences and offensive weapons in private places”
J6 SERIES WEBINARS
Red Lion Chambers Junior lecture/webinar series.
Due to the ongoing Coronavirus situation our Junior Lecture series has moved online with a programme of exciting webinars scheduled over upcoming months with guest speakers from Junior members of RLC. Our webinars are all free, easily accessible, engaging and interactive and we are pleased to be able to welcome international audiences to participate as well.
Please check below for up to date information on upcoming Webinars and information on how to register.
We look forward to you joining us at what we anticipate will be an exciting and informative series.
Last year the set launched a lecture series which is described as ‘unprecedented’ by clients: ‘These events are invaluable to the solicitors’ profession in terms of continued professional development and are very much highly regarded.’