We welcome applications from talented barristers with expertise in our core practice areas: Family, Housing, Property, Business, Public law and Court of Protection.
Francis Hoar represents a solicitor who is seeking judicial review of the government’s hotel quarantine laws.
We are delighted to welcome Winsome Levy as a new tenant. Called to the Bar in 2003, Winsome specialises in Court of Protection, mental health tribunal, adult social care and inquest cases.
We are keen to hear from excellent family practitioners interested in joining us as tenants. Our family law barristers are regularly instructed in complex and ground-breaking cases. And we have more work than we can cover.
Nikolas Clarke represented the local authority’s social services department in an Article 2 inquest concerning AJM who died in April 2019.
Sarah Salmon is acting for the London Borough of Hounslow in a High Court case to decide issues of principle in local authority claims for injunctions against ‘persons unknown’. The case could have much wider application as local authorities have used the same statutory provisions to seek injunctions against ‘persons unknown’ to restrain raves and car cruising (among other things).
Applications for pupillage starting with us in September 2022 have opened. We are offering 12-month pupillages to up to 2 successful candidates.
John Critchley represented the legendary London based independent film production company the Recorded Picture Company in its defence of a contractual claim for substantial damages brought by a French film company and Paulo Branco, a Portuguese film producer.
Nikolas Clarke represented the local authority: its AMHP and Social Services department in an Article 2 jury inquest concerning SMV who died in April 2019. The jury gave a short narrative conclusion that did not find any causative factors.
Sarah Salmon will be one of the panellists speaking about ASBIs and committal in the Covid-19 era at the HLPA’s Housing Law Conference 2020. The conference is taking place remotely on Thursday 10 December.