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"A PERSPECTIVE FROM THE COURT OF APPEAL CRIMINAL DIVISION"

by Richard Sutton QC of Red Lion Chambers and Master Beldam Registrar of Criminal Appeals

Regrettably, this lecture has been postponed due to strike action at King’s College London.
We are looking at new dates and will let you know when this Lecture and our other events in the series are confirmed.

Master Beldam, the Registrar of Criminal Appeals and
Master of the Crown Office

Alix was called to the Bar in 1981 by Inner Temple and became a Bencher of her Inn in 2019. She worked for the Court of Appeal Criminal Division for 25 years as a casework lawyer and then as a Senior Legal Manager and Deputy Registrar. She was appointed as Registrar of Criminal Appeals and Master of the Crown Office in 2019. She has spoken about the practice and procedure of the court at seminars and conferences and is co-author of the Court of Appeal Criminal Division: A Practitioner’s Guide. She is also a contributing editor to Archbold.

Richard Sutton QC
Red lion Chambers

His practice includes multi-handed cases of fraud; corporate, Revenue, VAT and Excise Duty, money laundering, confiscation, drug offences, murder, serious sexual offences, firearms and serious offences against the person.

He also possesses years of experience dealing with evidential and procedural issues encountered in serious crime. The non-exhaustive list includes Public Interest Immunity, Legal Professional Privilege, foreign evidence, extradition issues, letters of request, covert police operations, s. 72 SOCPA 2005 evidence, evidence through UK and international television links, vulnerable witnesses, forensic expert evidence (accountancy, medical, scientific), cell-site evidence and entrapment.

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The Red Lion Lectures 2019

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Last year the set launched a lecture series which is described as ‘unprecedented’ by clients: ‘These events are invaluable to the solicitors’ profession in terms of continued professional development and are very much highly regarded.’

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