CANCELLED – TO BE RESCHEDULED SEPTEMBER 2014
6 pm to 8 pm – 1st July 2014 – Friends Meeting House, 6 Mount Street, Manchester, M2 5NS
The aim of the course is to provide prison law practitioners with an opportunity to refresh and update their knowledge in relation to recent prison law judgements.
By the end of the course participants will:
Be up to date in respect of recent prison law and prison law related decisions
Have had an opportunity to discuss the implications for their work of recent legal decisions
Be aware of other important cases that are currently being litigated.
Trainer: Vijay Jagadesham, Garden Court North – Vijay Jagadesham has acted in a number of key prison law cases, ranging from the Guittard case, in respect of transfers of indeterminate sentence prisoners to open conditions, to Osborn and Booth and Downs, where he has sought to challenge refusals by the Parole Board and Category A Review Team to hold an oral hearing. Vijay’s prison law practice also includes representation at Parole Board hearings. He advises on all matters, including the refusal to release a prisoner, re-categorisation (including Category A reviews), preparing minimum term representations and sentence calculation.
2 CPD points. just £40 for Members of APL and £60 for non-members
For course information please contact our Training Co-Ordinator Helen Jones at Helen.email@example.com
Places are limited so early booking is advised.