Lynda Gibbs

Lynda Gibbs

Lynda, a barrister and experienced legal educator, is now Programme Director at the Inns of Court College of Advocacy where she has co-authored the national ‘Advocacy and the Vulnerable’ course. Previously, Lynda designed and created materials for the BPTC and led the Kaplan course.

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Advocacy and the vulnerable training: a progress report

A skill that can be taught: Bar now sets standard of excellence in efforts to improve the questioning of the vulnerable. By Lynda Gibbs, Kama Melly QC and HHJ Simon Drew QC

28 November 2018

A united approach

HHJ Simon Drew QC and Lynda Gibbs explain why the pan-profession s 28 and ‘advocacy and the vulnerable’ training – being delivered to over 14,000 criminal advocates over the next two years – heralds a sea change

Twenty-seven years ago, the Pigot Committee proposed a mechanism to allow for the whole of a young child’s evidence to take place out of court, in advance. 

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