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23rd ACJRD Annual Conference “Privacy and Personal Space: The Challenges of Technology in Justice”

The 23rd ACJRD Annual Conference, “Privacy and Personal Space: The Challenges of Technology in Justice” will take place online on Friday, 11th December, 2020.

This conference will appeal to policy makers, those working in government agencies, professionals, practitioners, academics and those involved in community and civil society groups from a wide range of disciplines within the Criminal Justice System.  Non-members of ACJRD are welcome to attend this event.

A programme of plenary speakers and workshop presenters will include national and international representatives from the criminal justice sector.

Confirmed speakers include:
Olga Cronin, Policy Officer, Irish Council for Civil Liberties
Dr Gemma Davies, Associate Professor, Northumbria Law School
Dr Caroline Finn, IGEES Policy Analyst (Assistant Principal), Irish Prison Service 
John Fitzgerald SC 
Kate Harnett, Associate, White Collar Crime, A & L Goodbody
Liam Herrick, Executive Director, Irish Council for Civil Liberties
Molly Joyce, Legal and Public Affairs Manager, Irish Penal Reform Trust
Dr Susan Leahy, School of Law, University of Limerick
Aoife McNicholl, Solicitor, Sheehan & Partners
Fíona Ní Chinnéide, Executive Director, Irish Penal Reform Trust

BOOKING WILL OPEN SOON.  All those on the ACJRD Mailing List will be notified when booking opens.   To join the ACJRD Mailing List, please click here.

CPD Points:  Attendance at the conference may qualify for CPD points.   Qualification is determined by the points’ issuer.   ACJRD is happy to provide certificates of attendance on request.   Please email enquiries@acjrd in advance if such a certificate is required.

The Chatham House Rule
To encourage openness and the sharing of information, the Chatham House Rule will be invoked at this conference.   The Chatham House Rule reads as follows:
"When a meeting, or part thereof, is held under the Chatham House Rule, participants are free to use the information received, but neither the identity nor the affiliation of the speaker(s), nor that of any other participant, may be revealed.
See: http://www.chathamhouse.org.uk/about/chathamhouserule/