We are pleased to announce that the Family Team at Pump Court Chambers have been shortlisted in the 2018 ‘Family Law Chambers of the year – London’ category.
Mark Ruffell has successfully appealed on behalf of a Driving Instructor who had been declared to be not a fit and proper person
James Newton-Price QC successfully defended his client who was charged with the murder of a drug dealer working for a London drugs network, following a trial lasting 3 weeks at Winchester Crown Court
Pump Court is proud to announce, Nigel Pascoe QC, senior member of Chambers, has had his most recent work 'Advocacy Plus, A Guide for Young Advocates' published.
Jesse Cook discusses how knife culture is so engrained in some communities that only more severe punishment will actually see it ‘stamped out’.
A former police officer advised by Christopher Wilkins has obtained an interim High Court injunction restraining the BBC programme Panorama from broadcasting footage of him described by the judge as selective and very invasive.
Barristers at Pump Court Chambers have decided not to accept legally aided instructions that are returned from other barristers or other chambers with effect from 25 May 2018.
In the second of a two-part article on the rise and legal status of McKenzie Friends (MFs), Jennifer Lee, counsel for the applicant in the case LFL v LSL, presents practical tips for working with them, and discusses the
Claire Fox of Pump Court Chambers looks at the practical implications of this decision.
A clergy discipline tribunal considered a complaint made by a clergy man (‘Rev C’) against another clergyman (‘Rev R’) during a hearing from the 12th to the 14th March. The allegations were: