Advocacy in the Crown Court from a Barrister’s perspective and from a Judge’s perspective

Dear all

The University of Worcester School of Law warmly invites you to the next research event in our series:

The Mock Trial Project Lecture

Advocacy in the Crown Court from a Barrister’s perspective and from a Judge’s perspective

Wednesday 26 April 2017 6pm – 7.30pm
The Courtroom, School of Law, University of Worcester

David Mason QC
Head of Crime at No 5 Chambers and Recorder at the Crown Court

David Mason QC is a leading criminal barrister and he has practiced at the criminal bar for over 25 years. He is Head of Crime at No 5 Chambers. He was appointed Queen’s Counsel in 2010 and was appointed as a Recorder of the Crown Court in 2005.

According to Chambers UK in 2013:

‘David Mason QC was described as “fabulous and absolutely faultless,” by one observer. Sources appreciate the quality of his advocacy before juries and his adaptability.’

THE MOCK TRIAL PROJECT

The Mock Trial Project at the University of Worcester was launched in October 2016. During the Mock Trial Project sessions students conduct trial advocacy based upon a set of fictional criminal case papers. The sessions are designed to enable students to develop their skills in both trial advocacy and pre-trial applications. For more details please contact Nicola Monaghan, the Mock Trial Project Co-ordinator (n.monaghan@worc.ac.uk).

This event is free and all are welcome so please do forward on to colleagues, students and anyone who may be interested!

You can reserve a place at this event by contacting Janey Robins (j.robins@worc.ac.uk)

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