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Chambers news 11 September 2019

Upcoming interactive session – “Are the bereaved better served by Inquests or Public Inquiries in controversial death and disaster cases?”

Chambers are hosting an interactive session discussing the question, “Are the bereaved better served by Inquests or Public Inquiries in controversial death and disaster cases?”...

Chambers news 9 September 2019

NWHLPA Northern Housing Conference, 12th September 2019

Four members of Chambers (Ben McCormack, Kevin Lister, Elizabeth Mottershaw and James Stark) are presenting at this upcoming all-day seminar. Those interested are invited to...

Chambers news 6 September 2019

We have been shortlisted – The Chambers Bar Awards 2019

Garden Court North Chambers are delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted at the Chambers Bar Awards 2019. This is a huge honour and...

Blog 3 September 2019

Richard Brigden acting for protesters in landmark injunction case

Today the High Court gave its ruling in the first known case of protesters being found in contempt of court for breaching an injunction which...

Blog 19 July 2019

Government approach to disability benefit regulations rejected by Supreme Court: Secretary of State for Work and Pensions v MM [2019] UKSC 34 (18 July 2019)

The rejection of a narrow and technical approach to the scope of individual descriptors should help minimise situations where a person falls through the cracks...

Chambers news 11 July 2019

Anthony Grainger report released today in Parliament

Corporate Manslaughter charges demanded as Public Inquiry finds Anthony Grainger died as a result of a catastrophic, botched police operation.

Chambers news 25 June 2019

Master Class 2019: mapping, documenting and prosecuting mass atrocity crimes

Aarif Abraham will present at the GNF Master Class which will be held in Dubrovnik, Croatia from the 1-12 July 2019.

Chambers news 19 June 2019

Unanimous Supreme Court decides Worker Registration Scheme unlawful after 2009

Judgment handed down today in case of unlawful Worker Registration Scheme for EU nationals.

Chambers news 12 June 2019

Judgment hand down – Samuels v Birmingham City Council

Today judgment was handed down in the case of Samuels v Birmingham City Council, decision she was intentionally homeless quashed.

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