Peter Asteris talks to BBC Radio Solen about today's walkout and the potential damage caused by the government's proposed cuts to legal aid.
In preparation of The national pupilage fair on Saturday 8th March we will be sharing accounts from this years group of pupils. Today is the turn of Elisabeth Evans to share her experience's as a pupil at Pump Court Chambers.
Have you ever tried to advise a farmer accused of dumping waste in a hole on his land as to the likely sentence that he might receive?
In preparation of The national pupilage fair on Saturday 8th March we will be sharing accounts from this years group of pupils. Naomi Gyane gives an account of her experience as a pupil at Pump Court Chambers.
Sarah Jones successfully defends in stranger rape case.
Rebecca Turner tells us about her experience as a pupil at Pump Court Chambers.
Failure to respond to a serious invitation to take part in Alternative Dispute Resolution will be treated by the courts as unreasonable conduct justifying punitive costs orders. Giles Harrap discusses.
The Church Times reports:
Justin Gau sitting as Deputy Chancellor of the Diocese of London granted an application to sell 3 sets of Mass vestments.”
In re St Mary, Bourne Street
Justin Gau appeared in the Court of Appeal before Christmas in relation to the largest fraud trial of its kind, namely the faking of signatures in items to obtain money dishonestly from individuals around the world.