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Philip Dayle, barrister at No5 Chambers, recently presented a case upate at the Judicial Review seminars, which were held in Birmingham and London.
Wolverhampton man has been found guilty of wounding with intent but cleared of attempted murder.
A No5 Chambers member has resisted an application for costs by the donee of a lasting power of attorney.
This paper considers selected topics in the broad (and full of case law) topic of homeless persons, together with a brief mention of the duty of local housing authorities to carry out a review of accommodation needs.
No5 Chambers’ Michelle Heeley prosecuted in the case of Leon Harrison, 32, from Selly Oak, who has been jailed for life after stabbing his pregnant former partner eight times.
The Court of Appeal has handed down judgment in a case about fairness in appeals by the hearing procedure, particularly where there had been a notification error.
Adreeja Chatterjee, barrister at No5 Chambers, recently gave a talk titled ‘Forced marriage: an update — recent developments and case law’ at the Court of Protection Seminar held in Birmingham on 23rd October 2014.
This briefing examines a number of misconceptions about boundary interpretation — ‘the myths’ — and looks at one or two legends along the way.
Birmingham City Council is believed to have become the first local authority to use civil injunctions to protect vulnerable children who may be at risk of sexual exploitation.
Timothy Jones, a barrister with No5 Chambers, is representing a single mother of three who is heading back to court with hopes that she and her children may finally win the right to live on her own land.