Garden Court Chambers welcomes you to a series of webinars on protest rights brought to you by protest law barristers from our crime and civil liberties teams.
|Date:||Tuesday 7 July 2020|
|Time:||1pm - 2:15pm|
|Areas of Law:||Protest Rights, Criminal Defence, Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Protest Rights|
This webinar will examine a number of key issues that arise during protest trials in the criminal courts. It will begin with a detailed look at the case law surrounding the withdrawal of defences and the timing for such applications, with a particular focus on the necessity defence. The webinar will also look at legal strategies for calling your client, the significance and admissibility of expert evidence, the jury’s right to return a verdict according to their conscience, and sentence and mitigation for protesters.
It is part of a series of webinars on protest law. See here.
Russell Fraser, Barrister, Garden Court Chambers (Call: 2010)
Russell is a criminal defence specialist with experience defending in a range of cases including serious violence, fraud, and drug supply. He is particularly interested in public order, protest, and terrorism. He has appeared in many protest cases including Extinction Rebellion, the Stansted 15, and Sweets Way.
Susan Wright, Barrister, Garden Court Chambers (Call: 2013)
Susan Wright is a crime and human rights barrister who has acted for protesters at weapons fairs, and hunts as well as individuals from the Stansted 15 and Extinction Rebellion.
Audrey Cherryl Mogan, Barrister, Garden Court Chambers (Call: 2014)
Audrey Cherryl Mogan is a specialist criminal defence barrister with particular expertise representing vulnerable defendants. She has experience in cases involving victims of trafficking, drugs, serious violence and protest law, having acted for Stonehenge, Extinction Rebellion and Heathrow Pause protesters to name a few. Audrey has in-depth knowledge of European and international human rights law gained through ten years in the NGO sector, and is a committee member of the Black Protest Legal Support group and Young Legal Aid Lawyers.
Webinars in this series:
Protest, Pandemic and Proportionality (held on 16 June 2020)
Know your rights: Kettles and facial recognition (23 June 2020)
Justification Defences: Direct action and freedom of expression (30 June 2020)
Protest Injunctions and Contempt of Court (14 July 2020)
If you register onto one of the webinars you will receive joining details for all of the webinars in the series.
This webinar will be delivered online via Zoom. Joining details will be sent to registered delegates prior to the webinar.
To book your place on this webinar, please use the booking form below. If you have any queries, please contact the Garden Court Chambers events team at email@example.com.