Peter Hungerford-Welch

Peter Hungerford-Welch

Peter is Assistant Dean at the City Law School, teaching on the BPTC and the LLM programme. He writes in Blackstone’s Criminal Practice (OUP) and theCriminal Law Review, and is author of Criminal Litigation and Sentencing (Routledge, 8th edition).

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Better case management

Two years on, how have collective efforts to make every court hearing count evolved? Peter Hungerford-Welch summarises the procedural changes and the message from case law

05 October 2017

Getting it right first time

The Criminal Bar has just received a Better Case Management Information Pack. Peter Hungerford-Welch explains the background to its arrival, the new case management system and what this means for counsel

In January 2015, the Review of Efficiency in Criminal Proceedings by Sir Brian Leveson was published. 

26 October 2015
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