About the 2016 Conference

The Criminal Law Review Conference is now a well respected, established feature within the industry’s calendar.

The conference will provide delegates with a one-stop shop to gain an understanding of the relevant developments to criminal law, whilst also ensuring in-depth understanding with our three core updates:

1. Evidence – by Professor Rudi Fortson QC

2. Sentencing – by Lyndon Harris

3. Procedure – by Professor Peter Hungerford-Welch

Why Attend?

  • Gain access to a digest of recent developments in criminal law, by Professor David Ormerod QC
  • Engage with speakers in our new panel discussion on fraud and business crime
  • Walk away with incredibly detailed notes
  • Network with some of the top legal experts in criminal law
  • Be part of the discussion by joining our new panel “Improving your performance in court”
  • Get your questions answered – want to know how a Judge would respond to your questions, attend and ask
  • Join an ever increasing number of legal practitioners who consider this the best Criminal Law Conference available

View the full agenda for this year’s conference

Find out more about our speakers

Speech by Lord Justice Treacy at the Criminal Law Review Conference 2015

To view the 2015 website, including the agenda, speakers and more, please click here.

2015 delegates include:

  • Acorn Chambers
  • AIRE Centre
  • Aleksandra Kowalik
  • Ashton Barnes Tee
  • Birmingham City University
  • Blackfords
  • Blackfriars Chambers
  • Business Innovation & Skills
  • Byrne and Partners
  • Cambria Chambers
  • Chambers of Andrew Ritchie QC
  • Chambers of David Josse QC
  • Church Court Chambers
  • Civil Aviation Authority
  • Coffin Mew
  • College of Policing
  • Corker Binning
  • Criminal Appeal Office
  • Criminal Prosecutions & Litigation
  • Crown Prosecution Service
  • Erimus Chambers
  • Foreign and Commonwealth Office
  • Garden Court Chambers
  • Goldsmith Chambers
  • Herefordshire Council
  • Inns of Court
  • IPCC
  • Kenyan Judiciary
  • Kingsley Napley
  • Law Commission
  • Law Officers of the Crown
  • Lewis Nedas Law
  • Manchester Metropolitan University
  • Mansfield Chambers
  • Matrix Chambers
  • Ministry of Defence
  • Mishcon
  • National Crime Agency
  • New College of the Humanities
  • Notary office No. 303 Ahwaz
  • Peters & Peters Solicitors
  • Public Prosecution Service
  • QEB Hollis Whiteman
  • Red Lion Chambers
  • Reed Smith
  • Robert Britton
  • School of Business & Law
  • Sentencing Council
  • Serious Fraud Office
  • Temple Garden Chambers
  • Thames Valley Police
  • The Bailiffs Chambers
  • The Magistrates Court Greffe
  • Thomson Reuters
  • Tosswill & Co
  • University of Buckingham
  • Uría Menéndez Abogados
  • Welsh Government