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Gerry Bermingham, a member of the No5 Chambers criminal law group, appeared on BBC Radio WM on 12 September to discuss the Ocsar Pistorius trial.
No5’s Jenny Wigley has appeared in the Court of Appeal for the appellant in a challenge to the secretary of state’s screening direction and grant of planning permission for a Margate development.
Eric Pickles and Elizabeth Truss have published their decision to make an order granting development consent for the Thames Tideway Tunnel to be built and operated.
No5 employment barrister Mugni Islam-Choudhury will present part of a seminar hosted by Birmingham Law Society on effective employment tribunal advocacy.
In the final part of this series, Richard Gibbs writes that the criminal justice system is predicated on finding the fairest way of dealing with juveniles.
No5 Chambers is sponsoring Birmingham Citizens Advice Bureau’s AGM, celebrating 75 years of advice to the people of Birmingham.
No5 Chambers was victorious at the Birmingham Law Society Golf Day held at Nailcote Hall, the home of the British Par 3 Championship.
Brian Dean has defended Joanne Morris, 48, of Bloxwich, who has been jailed for seven years after admitting five charges under the Explosives Act.
In the third of this four-part series, Richard Gibbs writes that the criminal justice system is predicated on finding the fairest way of dealing with juveniles.
No5 Chambers members will be playing six-a-side cricket at a fundraising event in aid of Marie Curie Cancer Care & Birmingham Citizen’s Advice Bureau.
Barristers from No5 Chambers have defended in a trial that saw six men given jail sentences after kidnapping a man and subjecting him to torture in Kidderminster.
No5 Chambers has announced that deputy head of chambers Ian Dove QC is to be appointed a High Court judge.
In this matter, there were suspicions about actions of the public authority and there had been conflicting communications with the client in the tender process.
No5 Chambers clerk Jamie Tucker completed the Putney & Fulham Riverside Half Marathon on 31 August to raise money for the London Legal Support Trust (LLST).
No5 Chambers’ Michael Duck QC has prosecuted in a case where two ringleaders of a large-scale drugs operation each gained about £1m from the enterprise.
‘How to do Judicial Review’ will be held on 22 September 2014 at No5 Chambers in London.
Barrister Tom Schofield has defended in a case where four Birmingham drug dealers were jailed for a total of 46 years for plotting to supply Class A drugs worth £1.5m.
No5’s Richard Gibbs co-presents the opposing arguments surrounding the manner in which the youth courts treat juveniles convicted of criminal offences.
The appellants were former bus drivers once employed by Centre West who TUPE transferred to London United following a route re-allocation.
Tim Pole of No5 Chambers has prosecuted in a case that saw two brothers from Stoke-on-Trent handed prison sentences after they exposed at least seven workers to asbestos.