Step into the world of Datalaw's Criminal Law CPD course library. Incorporating the latest Criminal Law Updates 2023, our courses are created by expert legal speakers to ensure that Criminal Law legal professionals, solicitors, and law firms remain up-to-date in their field.
Our Criminal law online courses offer unparalleled flexibility, allowing legal professionals to delve deep into the subject matter from the comfort of their chosen environment. These courses, enriched with Criminal Law case studies, strategies, and developments, provide practical insights into real-world scenarios, ensuring a holistic learning experience.
For those who thrive on interactive learning, our Criminal Law Live Webinars are essential. Engage in real-time discussions with industry experts, delve into pressing topics, and gain valuable information.
With a focus on Criminal Law for Legal Professionals, Datalaw remains a beacon of excellence in legal education. Immerse yourself in our expansive offerings and elevate your understanding of criminal law.
Digital Criminal Law course certificates provided for each completed CPD course.
Below is our planned CPD course schedule for Criminal Law. We have two Criminal Law live webinars in the 22/23 CPD year, a Spring and an Autumn live update. This training is essential for criminal law practitioners seeking to refresh their knowledge of criminal law and ensure they stay compliant.
CRIMINAL LAW TITLES
|Criminal Legislation Update 2023||CPD||29/03/2023||VIEW|
|Criminal Evidence Update 2023||CPD||07/04/2023||VIEW|
|Advising Clients at the Police Station Stage 2023||CPD||13/04/2023||VIEW|
|Criminal Law Spring Update 2023||LIVE||19/04/2023||VIEW|
|Criminal Case Law Update 2023||CPD||20/06/2023||VIEW|
|Criminal Procedure Rules and Criminal Practice Directions 2023||CPD||03/07/2023||VIEW|
|Offensive Weapons 2023 Update||CPD||31/07/2023||VIEW|
|The Billing of Criminal Legal Aid 2023||CPD||28/08/2023||VIEW|
|Essential UK Firearms Law||CPD||25/09/2023||VIEW|
|Criminal Law Autumn Update 2023||LIVE||18/10/2023||VIEW|
Keywords: Criminal Law CPD Online, Criminal Law Online CPD, Criminal Law CPD, Criminal Law CPD Webinars, Criminal CPD Webinars, Criminal Law Webinars, Criminal Law Training Courses, Criminal Law Online Course, Criminal Law Courses, Criminal Law CPD Courses
6 results found
with Colin Beaumont
149 Users Enrolled
This bundle is vital for all solicitors who are looking to stay up-to-date with the latest updates and changes in Criminal Law for 2023. The Criminal Law Update 2023 Bundle provides the most up-to-date information on the main Criminal Law changes for the 2023 CPD year.As well as gaining access to our Spring and Autumn Criminal Law Update Live Webinars for 2023 you will also Topics included within this bundle include Criminal Legislation Update 2023, Pre-Trial Advocacy & Case Management, Criminal Evidence Update 2023, Advising Clients at th ... See more
with Datalaw Team
113 Users Enrolled
This Police Station Reps 2023 CPD Bundle can be accessed through both the Premium and Unlimited Access Subscriptions, which are available at a number of different price points to suit you and your training needs. Datalaw's Subscription CPD packages can fulfil your requirements under the SRA scheme in 3 easy steps:Step 1: take your self-assessment and obtain your personal development planStep 2: choose from over 800 legal CPD courses in over 42 areas of law, delivered by expert speakersStep 3: print off your SRA Competency StatementFas ... See more
with Datalaw Team
101 Users Enrolled
Law Society - Criminal Law Accreditation CPD BundleThis Law Society - Criminal Law Accreditation CPD Bundle is a must for any Criminal Law Practitioners looking to complete the required 6 hours of CPD training needed in order to obtain their Law Society Criminal Law Accreditation.
Get access to the Essential SRA Compliance Training 2023 + Criminal Law Update Bundle 2023 Today!The Essential Access Membership – Datalaw’s most up-to-date legal training courses selected by our experts in compliance and Criminal Law.
with Datalaw Team
12 Users Enrolled
This Police Station Reps 2022 CPD Bundle can be accessed through both the Premium and Unlimited Access Subscriptions, which are available at a number of different price points to suit you and your training needs. Datalaw's Subscription CPD packages can fulfil your requirements under the SRA scheme in 3 easy steps:Step 1: take your self-assessment and obtain your personal development planStep 2: choose from over 800 legal CPD courses in over 42 areas of law, delivered by expert speakersStep 3: print off your SRA Competency StatementFas ... See more
with Datalaw Team
93 Users Enrolled
This Criminal Law Update 2022 CPD Bundle can be accessed through both the Premium and Unlimited Access Subscriptions, which are available at a number of different price points to suit you and your training needs. Datalaw's Subscription CPD package can fulfil your requirements under the SRA scheme in 3 easy steps:Step 1: take your self-assessment and obtain your personal development planStep 2: choose from over 800 legal CPD courses in over 42 areas of law, delivered by expert speakersStep 3: print off your SRA Competency StatementFast ... See more
1 to 18 of 74 entries
Stay updated with the latest Legal Updates on Firearms Law in this 60-minute webinar tailored for professionals in criminal law. Dive deep into the intricacies of Gun Control Laws, including the Firearms Act UK Overview and the anticipated changes in UK Firearms Law 2023. Whether you're prosecuting, advising Magistrates, guiding clients at police stations, or representing in courts, this Law on Firearms Guide is designed for you.Key highlights include:- Detailed exploration of the Firearms Act 1968, focusing on the definition of firearms as 'le ... See more
This Cyber Crime & Fraud Prevention in Legal Practices webinar is created for all legal staff including legal practitioners, paralegals, solicitors, and law firms as it will discuss the different ways that fraud can occur in legal businesses and provide awareness to ensure you know the best ways to fight fraud. This topic is crucial for all legal practitioners to have knowledge and practice in, given how threats from criminals and fraudsters have developed with the advance of technology. More often advanced techniques are used by criminals in ... See more
Join us for our upcoming Criminal Law 2023 Autumn Update Live Webinar, where you will be updated on the latest developments in Criminal Law for 2023. Our expert speaker Colin Beaumont will guide you through the latest changes and provide you with practical tips to help you stay ahead in the Criminal Law profession. This session is vital for all Criminal Law Practitioners to attend in order to stay up-to-date with the latest law and practice in Criminal Law.Upgrade your experience by becoming a Datalaw Unlimited Access member for just a mon ... See more
This 1-hour webinar will update you in the things you need to know in order to effectively bill criminal legal aid work in 2023 in the following 4 areas:1 – The Billing of Lower Crime Work – Police Stations, CRM 1, 2 and 32 – The Billing of Lower Crime Work – Magistrates’ Court Work including Duty Solicitor Work3 – The Billing of Crown Court Work (Litigators)4 – The Billing of Crown Court Work (Advocates)The webinar will take you through the relevant Statutory Instruments which increased the fees for all lower crime work by 15% an ... See more
This webinar will update you in this very important area of law. It is hugely relevant as such offences occur regularly and involve dealings at both the police station and at court. Important changes have been brought about in this area by the Offensive Weapons Act 2019 e.g. it is now illegal, subject to some fairly niche defences, to have certain items at home!It is important to have an understanding of the corrosive substances that you can have in public and those which you ought not to have in public unless you can show a reasonable excuse. ... See more
This 1-hour webinar will demystify the Criminal Procedure Rules 2020 (as amended) and the Criminal Practice Directions. It will clarify your understanding of the relationship between the Rules and the Directions. It will show how the Rules and the Directions are a ‘living document’ that require amendments to bring them into line with important judgements from the Court of Appeal (such as the case of Umerji) and important changes in legislation.They are usually updated in the Spring and the Autumn of each year. They have been with us now sin ... See more
This 1-hour webinar will consider the following 12 judgements handed down recently by the High Court and the Court of Appeal:1 – Rex v KH (the sentencing of children and young people for sexual offences)2 – Alemi (the position of the High Court upon judicial review of Crown Court decisions)3 – BH and Norwich Crown Court (District Judge accepting jurisdiction on 3 rapes)4 – Soto and Waite (sentencing following increased penalties for driving offences)5 – R v Edwards (credit position where defendant not charged at Magistrates’ Court s ... See more
This 1-hour webinar has been specifically designed to update you when advising clients at the police station stage. It is, as you know, an extremely important stage in the criminal process and mistakes made early on might be extremely difficult to remedy later. It is important that you have a sound understanding of the legal ramifications of the client having a ‘no comment’ interview. It is also important that you are up-to-date with important amendments to existing legislation which will affect your advice to the client at the police stati ... See more
This 1-hour webinar will consider important High Court and Court of Appeal decisions dealing with evidential issues – loss of evidence, adverse inferences, inconsistent statements at trial, text messages etc. It will also consider the new PET Form (January 2023) to be completed following a ‘not guilty’ plea at the Magistrates’ Court stage. In addition, there will be consideration of the burdens and standards of proof and the evidential relevance of the recently produced Code of Practice in relation to the extraction of electronic materi ... See more
This 1-hour webinar will bring you up to speed with the important Acts of Parliament currently exercising the minds of criminal lawyers. We are, at present, concerned with the following 4 Acts:- The Offensive Weapons Act 2019- The Domestic Abuse Act 2021- The Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Act 2022- The Judicial Review and Courts Act 2022As you know, all of these Acts have received Royal Assent and are being brought into force on a piecemeal basis via Statutory Instruments.The webinar is hugely relevant because it is so important for anyo ... See more
Join us for our upcoming Criminal Law 2023 Spring Update Live Webinar, where you will be updated on the latest developments in Criminal Law for 2023. Our experienced speakers will guide you through the latest changes and provide you with practical tips to help you stay ahead in the Criminal Law profession. This session is vital for all Criminal Law Practitioners to attend in order to stay up-to-date with the latest law and practice in Criminal Law.Upgrade your experience by becoming a Datalaw Unlimited Access member for just a monthly fee. ... See more
This 1-hour webinar will update you as regards your role as the Court Duty Solicitor, whether acting in the Youth Court or in the Adult Magistrates' Court.As you know, expectations for the Duty Solicitor are very high and assumptions will be made by others that you are familiar with the material dealt with in this webinar. It's all very well for others to make those assumptions but when are you supposed to get the time to read all of this!This webinar will cover the following 10 important areas of knowledge:1-The changes under the Police, Crime ... See more
This webinar is a 2022 legislation update and deals with new Acts of Parliament which have recently received Royal Assent and Statutory Instruments bringing into force legislation which has been on the statute book for some while now, such as the Offensive Weapons Act 2019, the Domestic Abuse Act 2021 and the Sentencing Act 2020.The two new Acts are – the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Act 2022 and the Judicial Review and Courts Act 2022.The webinar will be of great interest to anyone concerned with advising or prosecuting in the area o ... See more
This 1-hour webinar will take you through the legislation concerning bail applications and remands in custody. All courts will be considered, i.e. the Youth Court, the Adult Magistrates' Court and the Crown Court. It has been written from the respective of a former advocate and will consider the legislative framework of bail applications and remands in custody and will deal with the following pieces of legislation:The Bail Act 1976The Bail (Amendment) Act 1993The Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012The Police, Crime, Sente ... See more
This 1-hour webinar will be of interest to anyone involved in the area of criminal law – it will involve an analysis of 20 important cases for criminal practitioners decided upon in 2021 –keeping up-to-date with case-law is important; the problem is finding the time to do so – the following 6 cases are merely examples of those under consideration1 – Plaku,Plaku Bourdon and Smith – definitive statements from the Court of Appeal in relation to credit for a guilty plea2 – Gould, Moffat, Brown, Mugenzi and The Queen – an examination b ... See more
It is not easy being the Court Duty Solicitor. Expectations from the Court and the client are very high. It is assumed that, because you are experienced, you must know everything. This, of course, will always be far from the truth. The purpose of this 1-hour webinar is to massively increase your knowledge of recent developments in the Court, thereby increasing your confidence to act as the Court Duty Solicitor.It has been written, and will be presented, by a person who spent many years in the role. The content of the course will be equally vali ... See more
"In Conversation With..." is a brand-new podcast hosted by Datalaw's Managing Director, Charles Peter.Charles invites speakers to appear on the show for an informal discussion about personal development and legal topics such as case law and the speaker's recently published books. In Conversation With also highlights key points of each episode and how the topics relate to the future in the legal industry, current events, and the day-to-day struggles of solicitors.Charles is in conversation with Don Ramble and Narita Bahra QC in this new instalme ... See more
With the Offensive Weapons Act 2019 now on the statute books, it is only a matter of time before it comes into force. Criminal practitioners will have to quickly get to grips with new concepts such as Knife crime prevention orders, amended definitions of offensive weapons and offences of threatening with offensive weapons.Along with recent amendments to sentencing, which introduced mandatory minimum sentencing for “2-strikes” possession, it’s never been a better opportunity to update your knowledge in this important area.As well as new of ... See more