Qualifying Session
Social Context of the Law Series: Prison Reform - QS
Event Details
The Rev’d Jonathan Aitken and Chris Daw QC. Moderator: Libby Purves OBE: 'Prison Reform'

The panel discussion will examine the principles behind imprisonment and sentencing, the opportunities for creating a fairer society through prison reform and the balance between punishment, reform and rehabilitation. Followed by Q&A.

Part of the Social Context of the Law Series of discussions open to members of the Inns and the public designed to enhance an understanding of the law and its social importance through open discussion of the challenging questions the law is asked to address.

Interactive: No.
Preparation in advance required: No.
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Event Contact: members@innertemple.org.uk.
Book/Cancel by: 27/01/2021
Waiting List: https://innertemple.typeform.com/to/N1VE6jL0
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Ethics, Standards and Values: 1

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Start Date: 2nd February 2021 at 5:30 pm

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End Date: 2nd February 2021 at 7:00 pm

place

Zoom Webinar

grade

1 QS Point

schedule

1 CPD hours

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Open to: Members and the public

The learning outcomes for this session are:
• Identify and examine ethical challenges that raise conflicting ethical principles.

• Have an understanding of prison policy which is critical to criminal practitioners and judges in the criminal law and which may well develop or change over their working lifetime.
This Session will help you to work towards the following section of the professional statement:
1.2 Have a knowledge and understanding of the key concepts and principles of public and private law.

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