Location: St Mary Moorfields, 4-5 Eldon St, London EC2M 7LS
Cost: £45 per ticket (£35 Concession – Over 65/Student)
Discounts for group bookings when you buy tickets – See our Buy Tickets page.
Date: 27th February 2018
Start Time 6pm-8pm
I am excited to announce that on the 27th February will be hosting our Crime & Punishment Seminar
Starting at 6pm. Also we will be serving free drinks (Wine, beer, soft drinks)
We have three fantastic speakers who will each give a fascinating talk with a Q&A at the end of each segment.
This event will give you an exclusive insight into the English legal system from three different perspectives. It will open your eyes into how the law works on a day to day basis from an insider’s point of view.
Make sure to book your tickets ASAP!!
If you have any questions please get in touch anytime:
Telephone: 01206 751671 or 07506119468
Speakers on the night:
Timothy Langdale QC
Timothy Langdale QC, was until his recent retirement, one of the country’s top criminal barristers, who was called to the bar in 1966. He rose to senior treasury counsel and has vast experience of criminal law. He regularly appeared at the Old Bailey as both a prosecutor and defence counsel in terrorism, murder and fraud cases. He prosecuted in the trial of paedophile killer, Roy Whiting, who was convicted of murdering eight-year-old Sarah Payne. He appeared in the Birmingham Six appeal and more recently he represented the former editor of the News of the World, Andy Coulson, in the notorious phone hacking trial at the Old Bailey. He has been described as a “marvel as an advocate” and has a big profile in high-stakes privately funded work, often handling matters with an international dimension. He was regularly used as an advisor by the Serious Fraud Office in many complex fraud cases. His inside knowledge enables him to give a unique, personal insight into criminal justice system and how it operates.
Peter is a psychologist and a former Oxford don. For many years he was a member of staff at the Department of Experimental Psychology at Oxford University, where he taught and did research on a range of topics, including body language, culture, management style and television audiences.
Peter has written a number of books and presented several programmes on television will be giving his unique take on the criminal justice system and the part psychology plays in it.
Peter is widely acknowledged to be a world expert on communication. The Guardian called him a “body language guru” and the Mail on Sunday described him as “a grand master of the secret code of fleeting gestures, signs and expressions that give us all away.” Reviewing one of Peter’s books, Sir Peter Ustinov wrote that he “displays razor-sharp observation … There can hardly be a more astute and mischievous handbook than Peter Collett’s.”
Tom Lloyd – Former chief constable of Cambridgeshire.
Tom Lloyd has had a long career working throughout the police force on many high profile cases. He has a wealth of experience and some great insights and controversial opinions on drug laws that make for a fascinating talk.
Mr. Lloyd has called for the legalising of drugs. He has said he now regrets investigating and arresting drug users during his career as a policeman in London and Cambridge. “When you think about arresting somebody who is in possession of drugs, are you really catching a criminal?” he asked. “When it came to law enforcement I think I caused more harm than good.” He is chairman of Whistleblowers UK. He said: We have a simple, if ambitious, vision for the future of this country which is an environment where whistleblowers feel confident that they can expose wrongdoing without fear of personal loss or detriment.”