Responding to challenges of securing evidence overseas in a new tech setting

International Lecture Series 2018

3 October 2018


3 October 2018


17:30-18:00: Registration and refreshments
18:00-19.30: Panel discussion
19.30 onward: Drinks


Kingsley Napley LLP, Knights Quarter, 14 St John's Lane, London EC1M 4AJ



  • Jago Russell - Fair Trials
  • Gail Kent - Global Public Policy Lead on Law Enforcement and Surveillance, Facebook
  • Rachel Scott - Barrister, Three Raymond Buildings
  • Debbie Price - Head of International Justice and Deputy Head of the International Justice and Organised Crime Division, Crown Prosecution Service 


Rebecca Niblock - Partner, Kingsley Napley

Relevant for:

Lawyers and other professionals with an interest in international criminal law..

Specialist Area:

International Crime and Extradition


The event is free to attend. Registration is required and attendance is subject to availability.


Please click HERE  or use the RSVP button below.


Held jointly with Fair Trials, this panel debate will focus on the proposed Overseas Production Order. Designed to speed up the process of securing access to electronic evidence held outside the UK, the Overseas Production Order represents a radical departure from the current mutual legal assistance regime and could have a dramatic impact on data privacy and cross-border investigations. 

Please click HERE or the RSVP button below to request your place.

For background information, see also our recent blog on the topic - Long arm of the law: new powers to gather electronic evidence overseas

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