Speakers: Tony Metzer QC, Gudrun Young
Chair: Paul Ozin QC
Description: The seminar will consider practical issues arising when dealing with intra colleague sexual misconduct allegations
Tony Metzer QC will discuss the difficulties faced by female police officers when making sexual allegations against their male colleagues
Gudrun Young will consider practical issues arising in defending healthcare practitioners against allegations of sexual misconduct by a colleague
This seminar will take place remotely, on an appropriate platform. Those signing up will be provided with a link in advance of the seminar. Please note that the seminar is open to members only and you will be asked to confirm that you are a member before joining the event.
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Paul Ozin QC, 23 Essex and Deans Court Chambers is Chair of ARDL and specialises principally in the fields of financial and business crime, regulatory and disciplinary proceedings and related public law and civil actions, including international work. He is an established writer, speaker and Chair of conferences in those fields.
Anthony Metzer QC is Head of Goldsmith Chambers is a highly regarded silk specialising in crime; Claimant civil actions against the police, inquests, regulatory work and immigration. He also sits in a number of part-time judicial capacities including as a Deputy High Court Judge.
Gudrun Young , from 2 Hare Court has extensive experience in defending at the highest level in the most serious of cases including murder, violence, organized crime, drug importation and all aspects of financial crime such as complex fraud, corruption money laundering and confiscation. She has particular expertise in conducting sexual cases, acting as both leading and junior counsel. She regularly deals with complex and sensitive matters involving children and vulnerable witnesses and allegations of institutional and historic sexual abuse.
Gudrun is regularly instructed in coronial proceedings for both individuals and companies and has a successful practice in the area of professional disciplinary work. She has been instructed in cases before the National College of Teaching and Leadership, the General Medical Council, the General Optical Council, the General Chiropractic Council and the Nursing and Midwifery Council.