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Fully supported by Abu Dhabi Police, the inaugural GCC Forensic Science Conference 2017 is the must attend event for the entire forensic sector and supply chain in the Middle East. The event, taking place 14-15 November 2017 at The Westin Abu Dhabi, will showcase the latest equipment and services as well as providing the definitive source of education, best practice, training and networking.

The GCC Forensic Science Conference will take you on a journey starting at the scene of crime and finishing in the courtroom.  The conference will offer a unique 360 degree viewpoint of the entire forensics industry; whether your interest is in laboratory equipment, scene of crime, digital investigation or forensic analysis, the GCC Forensic Science Conference is the event for you.

Event Name: GCC Forensic Science Conference

Dates: 14 – 15 November 2017

Venue: The Westin, Abu Dhabi, UAE

Time: 08:00am – 16:30pm




Professor Jo Delahunty’s series of free public lectures which are to start at Gresham College in October: When World’s Collide: The Family and the Law: 

A series of free public lectures on the theme of access to justice in the Family Court by the most vulnerable in society.

The series of six lectures are free and will take place at Gresham College, Barnard’s Inn Hall (EC1N 2HH). The lectures will be accessible to the general public, but they will focus on issues and problems which would be excellent for student enrichment, at both undergraduate and postgraduate level, or even for interested staff.

The lectures are:

‘Sex, Death and Witchcraft’ – What Goes On In The Family Court Room? (18th October 2016)

Is One Individual’s Radicalism Another’s Right To Free Speech? (24th November 2016)

When Legal Worlds Collide (26th January 2017)

Guilty Until Proven Innocent (2nd March 2017)

Expert Witnesses: A Zero-Sum Game? (12th April 2017)

‘Two Point One Children’: Why There Is No Typical Family In The Family Court (4th May 2017)


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