Lady Dorrian

We are pleased to share that we will be releasing an interview with Lady Dorrian on the Scottish Criminal Law Channel on 17th January 2022. Lady Dorrian is in discussion with Edith Forrest about the new sentencing of young people guidelines coming into effect on 26th January 2022.

Lady Dorrian on Sexual Offences Cases

Our previous interview with Lady Dorrian provided unique and valuable insight into improving the management of sexual offences cases, and the latest content is not to be missed.

You can access the content in a CPD verifiable format by signing up to the Scottish Criminal Law Channel.

Available now

  • Iain Smith of Trauma Aware Law has provided an update on Trauma Aware Law with the new sentencing of young people guidelines coming into play on 26th January 2022
  • Ian Moir provides an update on ongoing negotiations around remuneration.
  • We have a brilliant talk from Donald Findlay QC as part of our Trial Series where he discusses case prep, disclosure, consultations, expert witnesses and managing a client through remand. Unique and exclusive content not to be missed.

Why join the Scottish Criminal Law Channel?

Being a criminal lawyer is challenging and staying up to date is key. This channel is for Scottish criminal lawyers with content from leading legal figures bringing news, interviews, essential case updates, CPD, and resources to keep you fully informed, boost profit and make your court and working life easier.

Our aim in 2022 is to continue to provide talks and content which help you with the challenges of criminal law practice in Scotland – all delivered to your phone or laptop. We now have a library of over 20 talks and full membership brings access to all future talks.

We hope to hold some physical events too – all being well.

If there are topics you would like us to cover then please let us know by contacting hey@heylegal.co.uk

Firms can get firm-wide access at a discounted rate, contact us on hey@heylegal.co.uk

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