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Archive for July 17th, 2012

The criminal justice system in England &  Wales is under siege.
Many have written about this – so I do not need to repeat the litany of examples in this podcast review post.

John Cooper QC has produced a manifesto for the Criminal Bar Association Vice-Chairman’s position and talks to NorthpodLaw in an excellent podcast which I can thoroughly recommend.

NorthPodLaw describe the contents:
The subjects up for discussion include the BPTC aptitude test and the conflicting interests between the providers pockets and the quality of the candidates; potential strike action; how to get the CBA out of London and engaging with wider Bar; and why the Bar and Solicitors need to be a unified fighting force but not a unified profession.

Listen to the podcast

By the way – To vote, you must be a CBA member and you will need to visit www.criminalbar.com with your membership number to hand.

I see that John Cooper QC, who I have had the pleasure of meeting and podcasting with, has taken up blogging with the wonderfully titled “Shadow of The Noose” blog – and you can read his manifesto for the Vice Chair position at the CBA there

Continuing with podcasts…

Legal Cheek has interviewed Emily Allbon of City University’s excellent Lawbore blog.
Well worth a listen: The Future of Legal Blogging

AND… I have managed to do a couple of podcasts myself in the last week…

Lawcast 213: Carl Gardner on the appointment of Lord Neuberger as president of the UKSC and House of Lords reform

Lawcast 212: Peter Crisp, Dean and CEO of BPP Law School

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