Collyer Bristow’s trainee-pupil swap with Old Square Chambers features in The Times
Collyer Bristow trainee Robert Andrews and Alex Just, a pupil barrister at Old Square Chambers, engaged in a ‘life swap’ in March, which was featured in The Times.
Andrews spent a week assisting barristers in chambers and in court, while Just spent time researching cases in the firm’s employment department.
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Ashwood Enterprises v Bank of Ireland: third-party legal charge secures all monies owed by borrower and related parties
The High Court has held that a third-party legal charge secured not only the initial £27m loan granted by a bank to a property development company.
Over the summer months, ‘surrogacy’ has become a very topical issue, following the public furore that surrounded the case of ‘Baby Gammy’.