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Future of diversity in the law

Courtenay Griffiths QC comments for The Brief , The Times legal bulletin, on how some chambers still recruit in their own Oxbridge image, and why he doesn’t like the word diversity. The Brief draws upon the experience of leading legal commentators...

Inaugural winner of Fellowship Award at 25 Bedford Row

Last month, Chambers was delighted to welcome Joshua Yeung, the inaugural winner of the 25 Bedford Row, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Fellowship Award. We now look forward to progressing our relations with Hong Kong in the future. In his LinkedIn profile,...

Aisling Byrnes secures acquittal in murder case

Aisling Byrnes  secures the acquittal of a Hainault defendant accused of murder and attempted murder over an alleged attempt to steal a moped. The co-accused who was present blamed the defendant for everything. Evidence included detailed DNA and blood...

Success in High Court appeal on Rwanda extradition

Diana Ellis QC and Joanna Evans on behalf of their client, EN, and Sam Blom-Cooper on behalf of his client, VB, successfully responded to the appeal of the Government of Rwanda, following the discharge of their clients in the longest running, and one...