Criminal Law and the European Environment

EU Protected Species Regulations in Practice

This free event is organised by IALS and the European Criminal Law Association (UK)


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Richard Atkins  Partner at Knights Solicitors.


Julie Lunt, Head of Legal Services at  Natural England

Natural England is an executive non-departmental public body which advises the government about the natural environment and helps to protect England’s nature and landscapes for people to enjoy.

Professor Valsamis Mitsilegas is Head of the Department of Law and Professor of European Criminal Law at QMUL. From 2001 to 2005 he was legal adviser to the House of Lords European Union Committee. His interests and expertise lie primarily in the area of EU law, in particular EU Justice and Home Affairs (including immigration, asylum and border controls, criminal law, police and judicial co-operation in criminal matters and the external dimension of EU action in these fields).

Rex Tedd QC, No 5 Chambers;

Qualified 1970; Inner Temple; QC 1993; deputy High Court Judge, Queen’s Bench, Family and Chancery divisions; master of the Bench of the Inner Temple 2001; recorder; formerly assistant boundary commissioner; leader of the Midland and Oxford Circuit 1999-2002. Former lecturer in law, Nottingham University; former teaching fellow in law, Osgoode Hall Law School, Toronto.

Bernard Thorogood, No 5 Chambers;

Specialises in the most serious categories of health and safety and other regulatory cases including corporate/gross negligence manslaughter and fire safety – prosecution and defence. Advises large organisations, including national and international businesses, in regulatory matters concerning their present and future practice.

Peter Shephar, BSG Ecology

BSG Ecology is independent ecological consultancy

DATE: Monday 2 November 2015
TIME: 2.30pm – 6pm
VENUE: IALS, Charles Clore House,  17 Russell Square,  London  WC1B 5DR
COST: This event is free to attend but registration is required

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