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Two conferences and a lecture series for expert witnesses

The Autumn conference season starts in earnest come September. Below are details of two conferences of relevance to expert witnesses. The UK Register of Expert Witnesses will be at both events. If you visit our stand, we have free copies of the Expert Witness Year Book 2010 to give away!

University of Huddersfield – School of Applied Sciences

  • Title: Forensic Access 2010
  • Date: 8–10 September 2010
  • Venue: School of Applied Sciences, University of Huddersfield, Queensgate, Huddersfield, HD1 3DH
  • Cost:
    • RSC and FSSoc members: from £340.00
    • Others from £380.00
  • Summary: Forensic Analysis 2010 brings together scientists and practitioners working in the fields of forensic science and analytical chemistry. Primarily for researchers and experts to present their latest results, the series has a strong focus on networking.
  • Click here for further details

University of Leicester School of Forensic Psychology

  • Title: Annual Conference 2010 - New Ways of Gathering Information From Witnesses and Suspects
  • Date: 17 September 2010
  • Venue: Henry Wellcome Building, University of Leicester, Lancaster Road, Leicester, LE1 9HN
  • Cost:
    • Student: £50.00
    • Other: £100.00
  • Summary: This conference will be of relevance to practitioners, researchers and students with a professional interest in how forensic psychology research can improve investigations.
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Forensic Science Society Lecture Series

The Forensic Science Society is also launching a new lecture series. Going under the title Expert Evidence in the Criminal Courts, the first two lectures are:

  • The Problem given by The Right Honourable Lord Justice Levenson on 16 November 2010
  • The Solution given by Professor David Ormerod, Law Commissioner on 29 November 2010

Both lectures are at The Great Hall at Kings College, London. Registration is at 18.30 and the lectures are followed by a cheese and wine reception. These events are eligible for CPD points. For more information, please contact Keshia McGuire on 01423 506068, email conferences@forensic-science-society.org.uk.

 

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