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No5 Chambers Barrister Susan Monaghan has been appointed to be legally qualified chair to the West Midlands Police Misconduct hearings.
No5 barrister Satinder Hunjan QC joined the panel at the EEPCC India CXO Forum to discuss Blue Ocean Strategy for Indian Engineering Exports.
A woman from Dudley has been jailed after attacking her father and defrauding him of £17,500.
A woman who appeared on Channel 4’s show Benefits Street is facing jail over drug and ammunition charges. No5 crime barrister Samantha Forsyth prosecuted in the case.
No5 barrister S Chelvan is ranked number 43 out of 101 on the Independents’ Rainbow List 2015 in celebration of the 101 most influential lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex people in Britain.
The London office of No5 Chambers hosted a delegation from Egypt’s leading judiciary on a fact-finding visit on violence against women in the law.
On Friday 6th November a jury at Leicester Crown Court found Gary Bush guilty of three offences of dishonestly failing to notify Melton Council of changes in his circumstances.
No5 Chambers were announced as winners in the Regional Chambers of the Year 2015 category at the Chambers UK Bar Awards, held last night at Old Billingsgate Walk in London on Tuesday 27 October.
No5 Chambers’ barristers John Butterfield QC and Phil Bradley have defended in a trial of an unlawful killing of a man who jumped out of a moving car.
No5 Chamber barrister Christopher Hotten QC prosecuted in the trial of the “agonising” murder of a 14-month-old baby.
No5 Chambers supported this year’s MALA event as headline sponsors and took eight tables at the annual ball.
No5 Barrister and deputy head of international law Emma Edhem CC attended the China State Banquet at Guildhall in Honour of the President of The People’s Republic of China on 21 October 2015...
S Chelvan attended last night’s third annual PinkNews awards at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
A man from Walsall has been jailed for three and a half years for attacking his partner with an ornament before she fell from the balcony of her third floor flat.
Antonie Muller, member of No5 Chambers’ crime group, is defending Thomas O’Reilly, 50 of Stoke, who is accused of the murder of Nicola Payne in December 1991.
Alex Butwell, 25 from Tividale, was killed when he was hit by a BMW on the M40 in March last year.
No5 Chambers have been shortlisted for the Regional Set of the Year category at the Chambers UK Bar Awards 2015.
No5 Chambers are pleased to be shortlisted for two Legal 500 UK Awards.
No5 Chambers has received a top tier ranking as a leading Midlands set, and a growing number of the firm’s barristers have been recommended as tier one experts in their field nationally.
No5 Chambers is sponsoring The Legal Gateway Scheme for the sixth consecutive year.