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News 9th September 2021

Independent Review into Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust

The Stage 2 Report following a Review into Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust is published today. The Review was chaired by Nigel Pascoe QC with three Panel Members. In their conclusions they found Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust to be on a critical journey. They acknowledged there had been some real progress, but that there are a […]

Events
23rd Sep 2021, 12:30 to 13:30

An Introduction to Employment Law

In this lunchtime webinar, counsel Alice Scott and Oliver Foy, will provide an introduction to the basics of bringing an Employment Tribunal claim. They will give you an insight into what needs to be prepared, time limits, what to expect from hearings and an overview of the relevant legislation. The webinar is aimed at trainees and pupils […]

Webinar Archive 27th July 2020

The impact of PD 51Z on residential possession proceedings, where are we now?

Pump Court Chambers Property Team is delighted to bring you our latest lockdown lecture ‘The impact of PD 51Z on residential possession proceedings, where are we now?’ In this webinar the speakers: James Byrne and Alice Scott, will consider the practical issues for preparing for residential possession claims once the stay is lifted and what might […]

News 14th April 2021

RTA Claims – The Latest Developments for PI Lawyers

RTA Claims – The Latest Developments for PI Lawyers with Antonia Ford and Alice Scott is now available on demand from MBL. The webinar considers some important developments in the world of road traffic claims to ensure that you stay current and knowledgeable in your field. What You Will Learn This webinar will cover the […]

News 3rd March 2021
Nigel Pascoe QC

Public Hearings starting in the Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust Investigation

Nigel Pascoe QC will be the Chair of the independent panel carrying out the Stage 2 Review into Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust. This follows his Stage 1 Report, published in February 2020, in which he recommended a public second stage. Alice Scott has been involved in this investigation since the beginning and holds the […]

Blog 2nd March 2021
Alice Scott

A short delay and the ‘just and equitable’ test

The Court of Appeal has provided important guidance in Adedeji on the exercise of the tribunal’s discretion to extend the period in which a claim for discrimination can be presented under s.123(1)(b) ERA. It also warned against treating the factors in s.33 Limitation Act as a checklist or rigid framework to reach a decision. A […]

Past Events
21st Jan 2021, 18:00 to 19:00

Pupillage Open Evening

  Pump Court Chambers invites prospective pupillage applicants to join us via Zoom for an informative Pupillage Open Evening. Date: Tuesday 21st January 2021 Time: 18:00 until 19:30 The evening will comprise of the following short presentations: The application process, how pupillage is structured and what we look for in our tenants; Recent pupils’ experiences […]

Past Events
27th Jul 2020, 12:30 to 13:30
James Byrne on The practical application of Practice Direction 51Z; Issues that may arise

The impact of PD 51Z on residential possession proceedings, where are we now?

Pump Court Chambers Property Team is delighted to invite you to our latest lockdown lecture ‘The impact of PD 51Z on residential possession proceedings, where are we now?’ In this webinar the speakers: James Byrne and Alice Scott, will consider the practical issues for preparing for residential possession claims once the stay is lifted and […]

Blog 16th June 2020
Alice Scott

Holiday rights in the Coronavirus Pandemic

As we approach the summer, the ongoing risks and restrictions caused by the Coronavirus pandemic have meant that many of us have seen our dreams of a foreign holiday melt like a dropped ice-lolly. Consequently, the rights of would-be travellers to refunds and/or compensation for now redundant pre-booked holidays and cancelled flights continue to be […]

News 5th June 2020
The London Legal Support Trust

10,000 Steps for Justice

Despite the postponement of the London Legal Walk due to COVID-19, Pump Court Chambers will still be marking Monday 8th June with a virtual 10,000 Steps for Justice, before coming together in solidarity and support for frontline free legal advice services at the main walk in October. The virus is creating an urgent and unprecedented […]

Blog 7th April 2020
Alice Scott

Housing Law in the Coronavirus Pandemic

Stay at Home – Housing Law in the Coronavirus Pandemic In a time when we are all being urged to stay in our homes it seems appropriate to consider the recent changes to Housing Law in light of the Coronavirus pandemic. This article will consider the Coronavirus Act 2020, Practice Direction 51Z and the Guidance […]

News 7th October 2019
Alice Scott

Alice Scott joins Chambers following successful completion of her pupillage

Chambers is delighted to announce Alice Scott has accepted our invitation to join chambers following the successful completion of her pupillage. Alice experienced a broad range of practice areas during her pupillage in line with Chambers’ profile; she accepts instructions in all areas of common law. Prior to starting pupillage Alice worked as a caseworker representing […]

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