Our members are involved in the evolution of the law through the cases that they act in. They take an active interest in developments in their field of expertise, and regularly comment on changes to legislation, the implications of case law and the process and tactics best used in different cases. We provide updates on the law to clients through regular training events.

We are always happy to discuss training sessions for clients, either remotely or in person. If you would like to organise in house training on a particular topic, please contact our Chambers Director or one of our Practice Managers.


Insight into civil

Lynette Calder and Dale Timson acted in the case of  Kevin Thomas Brown (Liquidator of Shahi Tandoori Restaurant Ltd) v (1) Abdul Monnan Bashir (2) Abdul Bahar Bashir [2021] EWHC 337 (Ch). They successfully argued on behalf of the Defendants that there should be an account taken to determine sums removed from a company, and that the liquidator should not be entitled to rely on a VAT report produced for a different purpose. 

Nancy Williams and Lynette Calder will be running a webinar on possession claims on May 12 2021 in advance of the lifting of the eviction ban on 31 May 2021. More information and registration details coming soon.

Chris Payne, Lucy Meredith and Dale Timson will be running a webinar in summer 2021 on Part 36 offers as part of our 'Take 5' initiative - a training programme for paralegals, trainees and those with up to 5 years' PQE. To subscribe for updates, please click the button below.

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Family insight

Trisan Hyatt acted in the case of Z (Interim Care Order) [2020] EWCA Civ 1755, an interesting case examining issues surrounding the interim removal of children from the care of their parents. The case involved allegations of alienation relating to a 15-year-old boy with autism who had been assessed (within private proceedings) in July as not having the capacity to instruct a solicitor. In November the issue before the court was the removal of the boy from his Father's care into a foster placement pending his move to his Mother's care. The interim care order was granted with a care plan of removal.​

Kate Round and Kyle Squire recently presented a webinar entitled "Deprivation of Liberty Applications, both freestanding and arising out of care proceedings" for the LBLA. Feedback included "I thought the course was really excellent in terms of content and having the case studies. So glad I attended." and "Thank you very much for the training this evening, very helpful indeed." The webinar will be run again later in the year - further details will be available here shortly.

Craig Richardson, Holly Symonds and Jim Hirschmann presented an in house webinar on "Brexit and jurisdiction in divorce cases" for a solicitor client. Feedback included "Thank you again for a very interesting and insightful seminar". The webinar will be run again later this year for anyone who wishes to attend. Further details will be available here in due course. 

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Insight into criminal

Jo Morris has recently written for The Times arguing that breaches of the Official Secrets Act do not require further protection

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