About the 2018 Conference

The Criminal Law Review Conference is an annual feature of the conference calendar and over the last few years has become one of the stand-out events for criminal law practitioners.

This 2018 event once again pulls together the three core topics:

  1. Evidence
  2. Procedure
  3. Sentencing

We have new speakers and new topics to complement these annual fixtures. New to the event line-up is a review of police station law, to be delivered by Professor Ed Cape.

We also return to the topic of Vulnerability and are working with practitioners, trainers and intermediaries to pull together a new insight for this year’s conference.

Another highlight of the 2018 conference is a speech by the new director of the Serious Fraud Office, Lisa Osofsky.

Please check the agenda and speaker pages for more detail.

Thank you for visiting the site, we hope to see you in December for another successful event.


To view the 2017 website, including the agenda, speakers and more please click here.


2017 delegates included:

  • 23 Essex Street
  • 25 Bedford Row
  • 6KBW College Hill
  • Acorn Chambers
  • Agbor Nkongho Law Firm
  • Aleksandra Kowalik
  • Ashton Barnes Tee
  • Attorney General’s Chambers
  • Barrister
  • Blackfriars Chambers
  • Bullivant Law
  • Civil Aviation Authority
  • College of Policing
  • Criminal Appeal Office
  • Criminal Cases Review Commission
  • Crown Prosecution Service
  • Davies & Ingram
  • Eastwoods Solicitors
  • Erimus Chambers
  • Eversheds Sutherland
  • Furnival Chambers
  • Hickman and Rose
  • House of Commons
  • Independent Police Complaints Commission
  • Inns of Court College of Advocay
  • Insolvency Service Criminal Enforcement
  • J B Daudu and Co
  • Kogi State University, Nigeria
  • Lamb Building
  • Law Officers of the Crown
  • Lewis Nedas Law
  • Magistrate’s Court
  • Manchester Metropolitan University
  • Ministry of Defence (GLD)
  • Morais Leitão, Galvão Teles, Soares da Silva & Associados – Sociedade de Advogados, SP, RL
  • National Crime Agency
  • Office of Criminal Prosecution & Litigation
  • Office of the Attorney General
  • Office of the Sentencing Council
  • Red Lion Chambers
  • Redbourne Chambers
  • Samakin Nigeria
  • Serious Fraud Office
  • Simons Muirhead & Burton
  • Smile Charity Uganda
  • States of Guernsey
  • Taylor Wessing
  • Thames Valley Police
  • Three Raymond Buildings
  • Tosswill & Co
  • University of Buckingham
  • Walker Morris
  • Woods Solicitors