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5th Aug 2020News

A new guideline for sentencing offenders with mental disorders, developmental disorders and neurological impairments has been published by the Sentencing Council

The guideline comes into force on 1 October 2020 and applies to adults who at the time of the offence, and/or at the time of sentencing, have any mental disorder, neurological impairment or developmental disorder. The non-exhaustive range of conditions covered by the guideline is notably wide-ranging, and includes: Mental disorders – conditions like schizophrenia, […]

16th Jun 2020News

2 Hare Court Criminal Regulatory Newsletter

  Welcome to the Summer edition of the 2 Hare Court Criminal Regulatory Newsletter.   Alex Tampakopoulos Editor.   A note from the Editor  It will come as no surprise that the impact and response to the Covid 19 pandemic dominates this edition, as it will both our personal and professional lives for some significant […]

4th May 2020News

Professional Discipline Group Newsletter – May 2020

Welcome to the Professional Discipline Group Newsletter – May edition   Covid 19 deaths in the workplace: Chief Coroner’s guidance No 37 Alexandra Tampakopoulos   Causation and other issues: Queen on the application of Smith v Assistant Coroner for North West Wales Nikita McNeill   Expert Liar? McLennan v GMC Christopher Geering   The perils […]

7th Apr 2020News

Sports Law Group Newsletter Spring Edition

Welcome to the Spring edition of the Sports Law Group Newsletter.   Sallie Bennett-Jenkins QC Editor   A note from the editor Welcome to the Spring edition of the 2 Hare Court Sports Law Group Newsletter. We are all in uncharted and testing times and absent any engagement with live sport, Chambers have compiled articles […]

20th Feb 2020News

Professional Discipline Group Newsletter

Welcome to the first 2 Hare Court Professional Discipline newsletter of 2020! Paul Renteurs looks at the unsual case of Bramhall and considers whether a warning given for misconduct can be properly set aside, and a case referred for a full hearing, when the same conduct subsequently results in a conviction. Vivienne Tanchel examines the […]

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