If you are interested in attending the launch for Wrongly accused. Who is responsible for investigating miscarriages of justice? let us know.
WHERE: College of Law, 14 Store Street, London WC1E 7DE (Tube stations: Goodge St or Tottenham Court Rd)
WHEN: March 29, 2012, 6.30 to 8pm
Francis FitzGibbon QC, Doughty Street Chambers, will chair a discussion with:
- Michael Mansfield QC, human rights lawyer;
- David Jessel, investigative journalist (Rough Justice, Trial & Error) and former commissioner at the Criminal Cases Review Commission;
- Alastair MacGregor QC, deputy chair of the Criminal Cases Review Commission;
- Campbell Malone, defence lawyer who specialises in miscarriages of justice and chair of the Criminal Appeal Lawyers Association; and
- Emily Bolton, project manager of the fledgling Centre for Criminal Appeals and former director of Innocence Project New Orleans.
TICKETS ARE FREE: email firstname.lastname@example.org (max 2 per person).
The event is likely to be oversubscribed. We are asking people who claim tickets to confirm attendance a week before the event.
If you can’t make it, PLEASE let us know.
Author: Jon Robins
Jon is editor of the Justice Gap. He is a freelance journalist. Jon’s books include The First Miscarriage of Justice (Waterside Press, 2014), The Justice Gap (LAG, 2009) and People Power (Daily Telegraph/LawPack, 2008). Jon is a journalism lecturer at Winchester University and a visiting senior fellow in access to justice at the University of Lincoln. He is twice winner of the Bar Council’s journalism award (2015 and 2005) and is shortlisted for this year’s Criminal Justice Alliance’s journalism award