In Conversation With Don Ramble & Narita Bahra QC

The second instalment of Datalaw's Podcast: "In Conversation With...". Hosted By Charles Peter.

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Course Overview

"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 instalment of Datalaw's Podcast, regarding their book "Tackling Disclosure in the Criminal Courts". This book was written as a guide for both prosecution and defence practitioners dealing with disclosure in the criminal courts. Their book can be found on Amazon here:

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What are the requirements?

  • Watch or listen to the 35 minute podcast episode
  • This podcast provides 0.5 CPD point

Learning Outcomes

  • Have covered the topic and key points of Don Ramble and Narita Bahra's book "Tackling Disclosure in the Criminal Courts"

What is the target audience?

  • Criminal law practitioners


About Instructor - Don Ramble

Don Ramble is a specialist prosecution barrister at 5 St Andrew’s Hill, with 20 years’ experience in the criminal courts.  The majority of Don’s practice has involved prosecuting serious and organised crime and substantial fraud. He regularly prosecutes lengthy, complex, multi-defendant cases and has established himself as an expert in disclosure law. Don is also co-author of ‘Tackling Disclosure in the Criminal Courts – A Practitioner’s Guide’.

Course Curriculum


  • Podcast