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No5 Chambers’ Timothy Jones was the examiner in the Cringleford Neighbourhood Plan. He has now carried out the examination and submitted a report.
For the second year, the Leicestershire Law Society held the Schools Court Competition on 16 November 2013. The competition was sponsored by No5 Chambers.
Jeremy Cahill QC of No5 has secured victory for Barwood Strategic Land II and Mr and Mrs Skipper in an appeal against East Staffordshire Borough Council.
The 2013 Marie Curie Birmingham Brain Game has been won for the third time by No5 Chambers.
A new private sector chair — No5’s Prof David Lock QC — takes to the helm at Innovation Birmingham, as the planning application for the iCentrum building is prepared.
S Chelvan of No5 Chambers analysed the impact of a case concerning three gay asylum seekers on the BBC World Service Newshour program on 7 November.
No5’s Tony McDaid recently chaired a seminar looking at opportunities for Midlands law firms and businesses to engage in overseas opportunities from Birmingham.
No5 Chambers barrister Laura Davidson has recently returned from working in Rwanda as a consultant for the Ministry of Health.
Ian Dove QC, Tim Jones and Nina Pindham, on behalf of Birmingham City Council, successfully defended judicial review proceedings in the High Court on 22 October 2013.
No5 Chambers is sponsoring The Leicestershire Law Society, which for the second year is holding the Schools Court Competition on 16 November 2013.
Malcolm Duthie from No5 has represented the owners of the Cascade Leisure Centre in Gravesend in a recent inquest after a man died after passing out in a sauna.
No5 Chambers was one of the sponsors of the Midlands Asian Lawyers Association’s 8th Annual Ball on 18 October 2013.
Kevin Leigh will be delivering a talk at the RTPI’s Planning and Delivery/Viability seminar, which is being held in association with Homes & Communities Atlas on 27 November.
Paul Marshall from No5 Chambers has co-authored the Chancery Bar Association’s response to the BIS’s paper on companies legislation reform.
Brian Dean from No5 Chambers has defended in a prison murder trial.
No5 Chambers has sponsored the Royal Town Planning Institute’s Young Planners Conference, which took place on 11–12 October at the Leeds City Museum.
Adrian Keeling QC and Brian Dean from No5 Chambers have defended PC Andrew Wagg and PC Louise Taylor respectively, who were acquitted of a false imprisonment charge.
Lorna Meyer QC from No5 Chambers has represented the appellant mother in Re W (A Child)  EWCA Civ 1227.
Defence barrister Brian Dean of No5 Chambers has defended in a drugs case that saw more than £7m worth of high-purity narcotics being smuggled into the UK.
Michael Duck QC from No5 Chambers has defended in a recent case involving the murder of two Big Issue vendors.