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Ian Kelcey is a solicitor advocate and senior partner at Kelcey & Hall Solicitors and Advocates, a Law Society Council member, and a member of the Criminal Law Committee
Ian Kelcey explains why all criminal solicitor advocates should undertake the Bar Council / Law Society’s vulnerable witness training for their own personal development, and to keep pace with their counterparts at the bar.
Ian Kelcey gives his personal take on the findings of the Jeffrey Review on criminal advocacy, including the growing divisions between advocates and the Bar, cuts to remuneration rates, and the need for a cohesive training framework.
Ian Kelcey provides a personal response to Judge Jamie Tabor’s article, ‘A view from the boundary’, and calls for better support and mentoring for young advocates