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News 3rd August 2021

Join Us – Criminal Barristers

Due to a significant increase in workload Pump Court Chambers’ specialist criminal team is now seeking to recruit additional members at all levels of call. The team now seeks exceptional criminal advocates to assist with a significant surplus of quality work and complex trials at all levels of seniority. The team, led by James Newton Price QC, […]

News 15th July 2021

Join Us – Public Law Children Practitioners

Due to an expanding workload Pump Court Chambers’ specialist public law children team are looking at recruiting practitioners at all levels of call. The team practises across England and Wales and successful applicants will have a choice to base themselves in any of our established locations in London, Hampshire or Wiltshire. We are recognised as a leading set and are top […]

News 5th July 2021
Gary Self successful in Court of Appeal

Gary Self appointed Judge of the Employment Tribunals

Pump Court Chambers is delighted to announce that Gary Self has been appointed a Salaried Employment Judge of the Employment Tribunals (England and Wales). He will be taking up his full-time appointment on Monday 5th July 2021 and has been assigned to the London South and South West Regions.Gary was already one of the leading Employment juniors on the Western […]

News 28th June 2021

Conor Mullan Successful in The Supreme Court of St Helena

Conor Mullan recently appeared in the Supreme Court of Saint Helena representing a senior medical practitioner subject to an injunction preventing him from leaving the island. Mr Mullan was instructed by the Public Solicitors office in Saint Helena in conjunction with the Medical Protection Society in London and the Embassy of Guatemala in London. The case […]

News 11th June 2021
Justin Gau

Justin Gau appointed Chancellor of the Diocese of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich

Chambers is delighted to announce that Justin Gau has been appointed to be Chancellor of the Diocese of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich. He will remain as Chancellor of the Diocese of Bristol and Deputy Chancellor of the Dioceses of Lincoln, and Bath and Wells. Justin is head of the Ecclesiastical Law Team.

News 2nd June 2021
Alejandra Llorente Tascon

Alejandra Tascon co-authors CBA Young Bar Committee Response to the Independent Review of Criminal Legal Aid Panel

In response to the Call for Evidence from the Independent Review of Criminal Legal Aid Panel, Alejandra Tascon, co-chair of the CBA Young Bar Committee, has co-authored the response of the Young Bar Committee on behalf of the Criminal Bar Association. The full text which focuses on the issues faced by junior practitioners can be found […]

News, Blog 27th May 2021

Re H-M [2021] EWCA Civ 748: Inconsistent post-fact finding convictions

Hot off the press this week is the judgment in Re H-M [2021] EWCA Civ 748, in which the Court of Appeal (Peter Jackson LJ, Singh LJ and Stuart-Smith LJ) considered an appeal by a mother from a refusal by the trial judge to reopen findings made at the conclusion of a fact-finding hearing. One […]

News 21st May 2021
Siân Beaven

Sian Beaven secures custodial sentence in drugs and taser case

Sian Beaven, acting on behalf of the Prosecution, secured a sentence of 31 months’ imprisonment after the Defendant pleaded guilty to Possession of Class A (Cocaine) with intent to supply, Possession of a Prohibited weapon (taser) and Possession of Criminal Property. Police had attended the Defendant’s home to investigate a separate allegation when they discovered […]

News 19th May 2021

Family Third Six Pupil Vacancy

Family Third Six Pupil Pump Court Chambers’ busy Family Team is looking for an able and enthusiastic 3rd-six pupil to work in London and on the Western and South Eastern Circuits with a view to tenancy.  The work will include a large proportion of matrimonial finance, TOLATA and children law both public and private. We are accepting applications […]

News 10th May 2021
Eleanor Fargin

Royal Navy officer cleared of assault

Ellie Fargin successfully defended Darren Wearing MBE in Portsmouth Crown Court last week. Mr Wearing had been accused of unlawfully and maliciously causing another grevious bodily harm by angrily pushing him on three occasions. The last push was said to cause the other male to stumble back, roll his ankle, and break his fifth metatarsal […]

News 7th May 2021
Alejandra Llorente Tascon

Alejandra secures suspended sentence for double stabbing

Alejandra represented RA, who was charged with section 18 wounding, following an incident in which RA stabbed his mother and father with a kitchen knife, during lockdown. As a result of the stabbing, RA’s mother suffered a punctured lung. RA’s father’s injuries were not life threatening. In addition, RA had previous convictions for knife related offences. […]

News 6th May 2021
Siân Beaven

Sian Beaven secures s.37 Hospital Order

Sian Beaven, instructed by Alex Kenney of Kesar & Co solicitors, appeared before Isleworth Crown Court representing a severely vulnerable client, M. The offence of robbery took place almost 2 years prior. Sian had conduct of the case from the first appearance in which fitness to plead issues arose due to the Defendant’s detention under […]

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