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Our barristers write articles for publication on the 15 New Bridge Street web site or in legal publications such as The Lawyer and Legal Week. Listed below are a number of the articles written
Rory Field looks at the International Association of Prosecutors (IAP) and how it can open the door for barristers at home to explore opportunities abroad.
Having previously examined in detail the clauses of the Bribery Act 2010, David Aaronberg QC and Nichola Higgins turn their attention to The Bribery Act 2010 Guidance which is intended to assist companies and come to some interesting conclusions.
Frances Ridout asks, is it a cost effective disposal or a step too far in simple, speedy and summary justice?
David Aaronberg QC uses his expertise in fraud and corruption to analyse the Bribery Act 2010, particularly the definition of 'adequate procedures' and the regulatory impact on businesses and their compliance procedures.
Criminal barristers should jump at the opportunity to serve overseas, says Rory Field
Rory Field is the Organised Crime Advisor at the OSCE Mission to Serbia and in his article he provides a brief insight into what life in an OSCE Mission is like and recommends that others give it a try.
Friday 13th October 2006 proved unlucky again for the Police and the CPS in their continued pursuit of convictions against Fathers 4 Justice campaigners. Represented by Kyri Argropoulos, Guy Harrison was acquitted by the jury at Southwark Crown Court for a Public Nuisance offence.
Two Company Directors who faced fraud charges arising out of a failure to pay pensions contributions deducted from employees' wages have been acquitted following a five - day trial at the Crown Court. Ann Mulligan who represented the second defendant highlights some important lessons for all involved.
Ann Mulligan examines recent guidelines set down by the Court of Appeal on witness familiarisation and the limits that apply.
Michael Oliver discusses whether the advice given by a solicitor to remain silent is good enough to prevent the inference that the client could reasonably have been expected to answer the questions.
Tonia Gillett, on sabbatical from 15 New Bridge Street, is working as an associate legal officer at the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal (ICTY) for the former Yugoslavia. In this article she describes the work of the ICTY and one of its most famous trials, that of Slobodan Milosevic.
With more and more case law and legislation available online knowing what is available and where to find it can be difficult. Patrick Moran provides a brief run-down on some of the sites to be found that will be useful to those dealing with Criminal law.
Rory Field has recently returned from a two-year stint as Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) in Belize in Central America. In this short article, Rory reflects on his time there and the achievements that were made.
In a recent case, the Crown sought to use the Defence Statement as evidence in its prosecution. The outcome of the case, as highlighted by Michael Oliver, leaves the situation still unresolved.
To hold an ID parade or not? That is the question explored by Michael Oliver. In this short article, Michael highlights several recent cases where it was held that there was no need hold an ID parade.
Capital punishment is an indefensible barbarism. In a poignant and powerful article, a UK intern, Patrick Moran, tells the story of a man sentenced to death.
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