Challenges Raised by International Cybercrimes

Challenges Raised by International Cybercrimes

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During this research seminar, the challenges faced by law enforcement, lawyers and justice systems when dealing with international cybercrimes will be addressed and solutions proposed. Furthermore, the seminar will seek to identify and address future cybercrime challenges that will face our increasingly digitised society. 


Ian has over 25 years’ experience at the Bar specialising in serious organised crime, financial crime, confiscation and asset recovery as well as cybercrime. He prosecutes and defends and has substantial experience in cases involving complex international tax fraud, asset recovery in multiple jurisdictions, covert surveillance, interception of communications and cross jurisdictional investigations.  He has been ranked now for several years in the leading legal directories as a Leading Counsel in the areas of crime, financial crime, confiscation, business crime and regulatory work. He regularly appears as Leading Counsel and has advised overseas individuals and companies as well as previously acting for the Prosecution in a corruption case involving the Attorney General of a U.K. dependent territory. Ian is an experienced trial advocate and regularly appears in the appellate courts and regulatory tribunals across several jurisdictions. In addition to his professional practice, Ian lectures to graduate students in the UK and Overseas as well as law enforcement agencies, law societies, prosecutorial authorities and defence lawyers on financial crime, serious organised crime, asset recovery and cyber related offending. Due to his expertise and interest in cybercrime and its impact on international criminal law, Ian is regularly in demand to advise and lecture on these areas. Ian also practises from Exchange Chambers, Liverpool. 

Ian Whitehurst
Hosted by
School of Law
New Kings NK1

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