Time: 2:00 - 5:00pm
Venue: Octagon, Queens' Building, Mile End Campus
1.45-2pm Arrival, tea and coffee
2pm Introduction: Professor Norman Fenton and Amber Marks: technical and legal issues surrounding the use of Bayes.
2.15pm Keynote speech: Andrew Rennison, Forensic Science Regulator: ‘The role of the Forensic Science Regulator and quality standards in forensic science.’
2.30pm Speech: Karen Squibb-Williams, Strategic Policy Advisor, Crown Prosecution Service
2.45-3pm Speech: Maura McGowan QC, Criminal Bar Association
3pm Open discussion on research objectives: Chair Norman Fenton
It is the organisers’ hope that participants will bring ideas for empirical research they would like to be involved in which address the following research themes:
4.45pm Chair rounds up: the way forward.
5pm – 6pm Drinks and informal discussion.
Rosie Wild email@example.com
For more information about the Bayes and Law network, including how to join, see https://sites.google.com/site/bayeslegal/.