Pump Court Chambers

News & Events: March 2019

News 28th March 2019

Managing estates regarding ashes, pets and possessions

Managing the expectations of grieving family members regarding the affairs of a loved one is fraught with difficulty. In her latest webinar ‘Managing estates regarding ashes, pets and possessions’, counsel Amy Berry discusses; what to include in a will, what happens to ashes, pets and possessions when there is testacy and/or intestacy and how to […]

News 28th March 2019

James Newton-Price QC persuades Judge not to impose 30 year minimum term

James Newton-Price QC has successfully persuaded a Judge not to impose a 30 year minimum term after evidence at the trial cast doubt on the Prosecution case that the incident was a murder for gain or that his client brought the knife to the scene. His client admitted the fatal stabbing but denied that he […]

News 25th March 2019

New criminal pupils

We are pleased to announce that Chambers have two working Pupils available for court work from 2nd April 2019 Alice Scott Stephanie Painter Chambers are happy to offer the following fixed fees for the Magistrates Court Work. Trial 1 day £175 Trial half day £125 Short hearing including Sentences £75 If you wish to book […]

News 20th March 2019

Third-six criminal pupillage vacancy

Pump Court Chambers’ busy criminal team is looking for an able and enthusiastic third-six pupil to work primarily on the Western Circuit, typically in Winchester, Southampton and Bournemouth for six months, with a view to tenancy. We prosecute and defend across all areas of criminal work, including the most serious and complex cases. We are […]

News 13th March 2019

Congratulations to Sarah Jones QC

Congratulations to Sarah Jones QC as she leaves Chambers to travel to Westminster, where she will be appointed Queen’s Counsel in today’s ceremony. Pump Court Chambers would like to extend our best wishes to all 108 new silks announced today. For further information, please click here.

Blog 13th March 2019

Credit Hire, Loss of Use and Illegality

Shadbolt v Stefanatica (unreported) When a person is involved in a non-fault road traffic accident, they are usually entitled to two vehicle related heads of loss; diminution and loss of use. Diminution is usually (although not always) quantified using the reasonable cost of repairs required to put the vehicle back into its pre-accident condition. Loss […]

News 1st March 2019

Expecting the unexpected

Victoria Ellis and Maria Henty were guest speakers at the recent Hampshire YRES Conference on Thursday 28th February at the offices of Paris Smith in Southampton. The talk entitled ‘Expecting the unexpected: What to do when when it doesn’t go to plan’ covered the following topics: Decree Absolute – the unexpected way Where is my […]

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