The South Eastern Circuit Florida Criminal Law Advocacy Course, held at the University of Florida, Gainesville
28th July until 2nd August 2019
The South Eastern Circuit seeks four Juniors with a criminal practice to attend the South Eastern Circuit Florida Criminal Law Advocacy course, held at the University of Florida, Gainesville, from Sunday 28th July to Friday 2nd August 2019.
Applicants must be a paid up member of the SEC, (application for membership of the Circuit may be made at the same time) and demonstrate real diversity of experience and detailed knowledge of criminal law and procedure at the Bar of England and Wales.
This annual event has now been running for over 30 years and provides an opportunity to become involved in a fascinating teaching programme laid on for the benefit of the Florida Bar and for the four British junior criminal practitioners who will be attending with the Silk.
The successful applicants are expected to take part in advocacy exercises, to provide feedback to participants and to host a small drinks reception, together with the attending Silk. They will demonstrate qualities marking them out as an appropriate ambassador of our profession.
Course fees and accommodation will be provided. Candidates will be required to make and pay for their own travel arrangements.. The Successful candidate will be expected to travel to Gainesville in time to attend the course on 28th July 2019.
An application for accreditation for CPD has been made. Previous courses, which were accredited by the Bar Standards Board, attracted 9 hours advocacy, 2 hours Ethics and 25 CPD hours.
The South Eastern Circuit is committed to a policy of equal opportunity.
If interested, please send a short covering letter to the Administrator, Aaron Dolan, email: email@example.com by Monday 18th February 2019.
The 2019 course programme is available HERE.