In Discussion with Alison Saunders CB, Director of Public Prosecutions

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Moot Court Room

School of Law

Liberty Building, University of Leeds

Leeds

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This is a free event however registration is required in advance. There will be a drinks reception after the lecture.

This is a unique opportunity to hear Alison Saunders CB, the Director of Public Prosecutions, and an alumna of the School of Law, University of Leeds talk about her career and her experiences of being a high profile female member of the legal profession. Alison, a barrister, joined the CPS in 1986, the year it was formed, and has been involved in a number of very high profile cases and was previously the Chief Crown Prosecutor for CPS London. These experiences and the years Alison has dedicated to working in the public sphere have given her a wealth of knowledge and experience. This promises to be an insightful evening, with opportunities to ask questions and find out more. The event is open to both law and non-law students.


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Moot Court Room
Liberty Building
School of Law
University of Leeds
LS2 9JT

(Please use postcode LS6 1AN for Sat Navs)

The Liberty Building is number 16 on the campus map.


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Moot Court Room

School of Law

Liberty Building, University of Leeds

Leeds

United Kingdom

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Organiser of In Discussion with Alison Saunders CB, Director of Public Prosecutions

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