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Helping the Innocent – Innocence Network UK Symposium: Reform of the Criminal Cases Review Commission

28 March 2012

To mark the 15th anniversary of the establishment of the Criminal Cases Review Commission, Dr Michael Naughton and Gabe Tan have organised a Symposium under the auspices of the Innocence Network UK that will discuss how the CCRC should be reformed so that it can better assist applicants who may be innocent.

To mark the 15th anniversary of the establishment of the Criminal Cases Review Commission,  Dr Michael Naughton and Gabe Tan have organised a Symposium under the auspices of the Innocence Network UK that will discuss how the CCRC should be reformed so that it can better assist applicants who may be innocent.

The Symposium follows a Public Statement that was issued in December 2011 which outlined how the Criminal Cases Review Commission can fail alleged innocent victims of wrongful conviction and recommended statutory reforms.

Supported by the Joseph Rowntree Reform Trust and LexisNexis, the symposium will be hosted by Norton Rose LLP, London.

Confirmed speakers include:

  • Chris Mullin
  • Professor Michael Zander QC
  • Paddy Joe Hill
  • Susan May
  • Eddie Gilfoyle
  • John Cooper QC
  • Mark Newby
  • Bruce Kent
  • Dr Eamonn O' Neill
  • Gabe Tan
  • Dr Michael Naughton
  • David Jessel
  • Laurie Elks

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Further information

Please contact Gabe Tan for further information.