Jim Keegan QC Talks About How To Prepare For Trialhttps://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/cr...w-masterclass-tickets-14238410469
Six of Scotland's finest Criminal lawyers discuss advocacy, law and procedure in a masterclass seminar. Featuring :-
Donald Findlay QC - Closing speeches - How to have maximum impact with a jury.
Frances McMenamin QC - How to approach vulnerable witnesses and children.
Brian McConnachie QC - The art of cross examination.
James Keegan QC - A guide to preparation of High Court cases.
Shelagh McCall, Advocate - The abolition of corroboration - impact and possible solutions.
Claire Mitchell, Advocate - New procedures for Appeals - The Gill review.
6 hours CPD plus lunch included.
Two things strike me about this event.
Frances McMenamin sits on the board at SCCRC who we know has received lots of defective representation complaints against Jim Keegan.
This is the same Jim Keegan who I have complained about not interviewing at least 16 of my defence witnesses prior to my trial in 1982.
Who I have complained about not calling crown witnesses that he ought to have and here he is telling people how to prepare for high court trials.
What a joke.