Congratulations to Chris Buttler, Sarah Hannett, Mathew Purchase and Lorna Skinner who have been successful in their application to be appointed Queen’s Counsel and to Professor Conor Gearty who has been appointed Honorary Queen’s Counsel. The title of Honorary QC is awarded to those who have made a major contribution to the law of England […]
Aidan O’Neill QC is to be called to the Irish Bar today by the Chief Justice Of Ireland. Aidan is also Queen’s Counsel at both the English and Scottish Bars. You can find out more about Aidan’s practice here.
An inquest into the death of nine-year-old Ella Kissi-Debrah has today found that air pollution was a medical cause of her death. This ruling following the two week inquest is the first time air pollution has been listed as a cause of death in the UK. In the three years before her death in 2013 […]
Court finds systemic unlawfulness and disability discrimination in the asylum support accommodation system
The Home Office has been found to have failed to monitor contracts given to private companies to provide accommodation to asylum seekers, which has led to lengthy and systematic delays in the provision of accommodation to destitute and disabled people. In a judgment handed down today, Mr Justice Robin Knowles found that despite the importance […]
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