Media

The nature of our business means that we do not seek headlines but from time to time the work of our members and their opinions and achievements are reported.

This section enables us to keep our members and clients up to date with the latest Chambers news and articles.

Recent News

What does it mean for a belief to not be worthy of respect in a democratic society?...

Date: Fri, 11 Jun 2021
Grace Gwynne & Alexander Mellis reflect upon recent experience and potential problems with the argument arising from the case of Mason v Laing and failures to serve a first medical report in soft tissue injury RTA Portal cases before obtaining a second report...

Date: Fri, 11 Jun 2021
No5’s Philip Rule and Benjamin Harrison appeared in the Divisional Court in a claim seeking judicial review of the decision of the Secretary of State for Justice to refuse their client, DK, compensation for a miscarriage of justice pursuant to section 133 of the Criminal Justice Act 1988....

Date: Tue, 01 Jun 2021

Recent Publications

The EAT has recently handed down judgment in Aston and ors v Chief Constable
The key point in this article is that in the midst of the persistent and pervasive national housing crisis, appellants need to help themselves, by helping inspectors to fully understand the benefits of new housing proposals. That is the benefits for the local community and the wider area. This ensures the interests that are being articulated and listening to are not just those who are vociferously opposed to new housing because it is located near to their house. But also those who will benefit most obviously from the scheme.
On 12 May 2021, Nicklin J handed down judgment in the case of London Borough of Barking and Dagenham v Persons Unknown [2021] EWHC 1201 (QB). It followed a 2 day final hearing involving 13 barristers. The case grouped together 38 claims in which Traveller Injunctions were granted to be managed by a single judge from October 2020.