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News 1st September 2022

Pump Court Chambers Shortlisted at Chambers UK Bar Awards 2022

Pump Court Chambers is delighted to have been recognised and shortlisted for ‘Client Service Set of the Year’ at this year’s upcoming Chambers UK Bar Awards 2022. The shortlists are a result of extensive objective research by over 200 analysts. The lists reflect achievements over the past 12 months including outstanding work and excellence in […]

News 13th December 2021

Christmas Opening Hours 2021

We will be operating with reduced hours over the festive period. Our Chambers Christmas and New Year opening hours are as follows:- Thursday 23rd December – 8.00 am – 6.00 pm Friday 24th December – 9.00 am – 1.00 pm Saturday 25th December – closed Sunday 26th December – closed Monday 27th December – closed […]

News 1st November 2021

Pupillage Fair 2021

Pump Court Chambers were pleased to have been able to participate in Bar Council Pupillage Fair on 16 October 2021. Free of charge and held entirely online, the Pupillage Fair attracted almost a thousand students and prospective pupils keen to know more about starting a career at the Bar. Joining 84 other chambers and organisations, […]

News 26th October 2021

Ed Wylde joins chambers

Chambers is pleased to welcome Ed Wylde to Pump Court following successful completion of his specialist criminal pupillage under the supervision of Peter Asteris and Thomas Wilkins.Ed was called to the Bar 2018 and accepts instructions across the full spectrum of criminal law matters having appeared on behalf of the prosecution and defence in the Crown […]

News 12th April 2020
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 17th March 2020
Tim Akers

Tim Akers secures conviction following fatal crash

After a week long-trial at Winchester Crown Court involving the presentation of a variety of technical and scientific evidence, Tim Akers (Prosecuting), successfully secured the conviction of a Defendant for two offences of causing death by dangerous driving on the A34 at Bullington Cross. At the conclusion of the trial, the Defendant was sentenced to […]

News 1st April 2019

Alejandra Llorente Tascon joins Pump Court Chambers

Pump Court Chambers are delighted to announce that Alejandra Llorente Tascon has joined chambers following successful completion of her third six pupillage. Alejandra is building a specialist criminal practise appearing regularly in the Crown Court on behalf of the Defence and the Prosecution. She is regularly instructed in a wide range of offences including serious violence, […]

News 3rd September 2018
Mark Ruffell

Driving instructor allowed to continue working after using mobile

Mark Ruffell has successfully appealed on behalf of a Driving Instructor who had been declared to be not a fit and proper person to be an instructor following receiving 6 penalty points for using his mobile telephone whilst instructing. The Registrar of Driving Instructors ordinarily seeks to remove an instructor from the register of approved […]

News 13th December 2017

Guy Draper secures acquittal in death by dangerous driving trial

Guy Draper has successfully defended a man charged with causing death by dangerous driving after a 5-day trial at the Crown Court at Salisbury. His client was charged jointly with another driver, who was convicted by the jury, following eyewitness accounts that they were racing each other ‘wing mirror to wing mirror’ immediately prior to […]

Blog 29th February 2016

The department for transport triennial review implementation plan

What will it mean for Traffic Commissioners, Operators and Practitioners? In December 2015, an implementation plan was published by the Department for Transport (the Department) in response to the recommendations of the Triennial Review of the Traffic Commissioners published in March 2015. That Review had considered the role of Traffic Commissioners (TCs) and how they […]

Blog 23rd February 2016

Transport For London v Uber London Limited & Licensed Taxi Drivers Association & Licensed Private Hire Car Association [2015] EWHC 2918 (Admin) 1449

The judgement given by Ouseley J. sets out the interesting background for what is a revolutionary development in travelling by taxi in London. In May 2012, Transport for London, licensed Uber as a private hire vehicle operator in London. It is an offence under s11 of the Private Hire Vehicles (London) Act 1998 for a […]

News 15th December 2015

Suicide verdict successfully resisted on behalf of the family of the man who once held the record for flying around the world solo

A Jury has recorded a narrative verdict following an Inquest into the death of an experienced pilot last year. Muhammad Naviede, 60 from Regent’s Park London was piloting a PA-38 Tomahawk aircraft when it spun out of control and crashed in a field in Buckinghamshire in August 2014. Mr Naviede, was an experienced pilot who […]

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