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News 15th May 2020
Mark Ruffell

Mark Ruffell has been appointed Chancellor of the Diocese of Gloucester

The Ecclesiastical Law team is delighted to announce that Mark Ruffell has been appointed to be Chancellor of the Diocese of Gloucester. He remains Deputy Chancellor of the Diocese of Winchester. This appointment highlights Pump Court Chambers as one of the pre-eminent Ecclesiastical Law sets in the country. For further information on Mark’s practice or […]

News 14th May 2020

Siân Beaven joins Pump Court Chambers

We are delighted to announce that Siân Beaven has joined Chambers, with immediate effect. Siân is a specialist criminal practitioner, she has developed a practice prosecuting and defending in all areas of general crime.  Siân also accepts instructions in professional disciplinary matters, appearing regularly before the NMC on behalf of registrants. She has also developed a practice in prison law, […]

News 12th May 2020

Aurora New Dawn Initiative

Pump Court Chambers is pleased to announce a new initiative supporting the work of Aurora New Dawn, a charity dedicated to ending violence against women and children, and hidden violence. Since 2011, Aurora New Dawn has offered safety, support, advocacy, and empowerment to survivors of domestic abuse, sexual violence and stalking. It offers a wide […]

News 28th April 2020
Jennifer Lee

Marriages and ‘Non-Marriages’ – Webinar

Marriages and ‘Non-Marriages’ following Akhter v Khan [2020] EWCA Civ 122 – Free Family Law Webinar Although COVID19 may have impacted our seminar programme this year, we wanted to reassure you that our popular London Family Finance Seminar will be returning next year. We will be co-hosting the event with Jolene Hutchison, now partner at IBB […]

News 22nd April 2020
Domestic Abuse during COVID-19

Court of Protection Team COVID-19 Offering

The Court of Protection exists to protect some of the most vulnerable members of our society who lack the requisite capacity to make decisions for themselves. At Pump Court Chambers, we understand the unprecedented challenges which the current COVID-19 pandemic has caused for all those involved in this area, whether it be the patient (P) […]

News 12th April 2020
A Practical Guide to The Pre-Action RTA Claims Protocol for Personal Injury Lawyers by Antonia Ford.

A Practical Guide to The Pre-Action RTA Claims Protocol

Pump Court Chambers are delighted to announce the publication of ‘A Practical Guide to The Pre-Action RTA Claims Protocol for Personal Injury Lawyers’, by Antonia Ford. The Pre-Action Protocol for Low Value Personal Injury Claims in Road Traffic Accidents (the Protocol) provides a streamlined process for the handling of personal injury claims valued between £1000 […]

News 8th April 2020

HMCTS Guidance – Criminal Courts

The below is summary of the guidance published by HM Courts & Tribunal Service in respect of Criminal Courts and Proceedings on Monday 27th April 2020. There are no Jury trials currently underway Crown Courts are dealing with a range of work, much of which is being done remotely. This includes sentencing hearings and all […]

News 1st April 2020
Jesse Cook discusses discusses the potential legal issues to within football due to the Coronavirus epidemic with TalkSport

Potential Legal Issues Within Football due to the Coronavirus Epidemic

Sports Law Barrister & Director of 4D Sports Group Jesse Cook joined TalkSport – Weekend Sport Breakfast on Sunday 29th March to discuss the potential legal issues within football due to the Coronavirus epidemic. To listen to the discussion please click here. For further information on Jesse’s practice please contact Jonathan Cue on 020 7353 0711 or via […]

News 31st March 2020
Sean Gentleman

Family Team: ADR and Remote Access offerings

Pump Court Chambers is committed to providing clients with high levels of service and support. By investment and use of modern technology and systems, we are fully equipped to deal with the current situation in these trying times. Technology We offer state of the art technology in the form of the Lifesize system (with integrated […]

News 27th March 2020
Jack Rundall

Remote hearings in light of Covid-19

Jack Rundall reflects on an F.D.R in Financial Remedies proceedings conducted remotely in light of Covid-19. Persuading the court to deal with this matter remotely was not easy. The court office was hell-bent first on requiring the parties’ personal attendance and, thereafter, on adjourning the hearing indefinitely. It was only in the face of repeated […]

News 24th March 2020
Stephanie Painter

Stephanie Painter joins Pump Court Chambers

Pump Court is pleased to welcome Stephanie Painter to Chambers following successful completion of her pupillage. During her time at Chambers she has built a mixed common law practice, accepting instructions across a range criminal, civil, and family matters in line with her chambers profile and with a particular focus on criminal matters. Prior to […]

News 23rd March 2020

Review of court arrangements due to COVID-19, message from the Lord Chief Justice

Below is a statement from the Lord Chief Justice in respect of the current court arrangements due to the COVID-19 epademic Events have continued to move at great speed. I indicated during the course of last week that we would keep them under review. As the Prime Minister has been telling the country, the spread […]

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