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Inspired by the likes of Bradley Wiggins, Sir Chris Hoy and Mark Cavendish, two well-known characters from the Midlands legal fraternity are climbing into the saddle for a fundraising challenge.
Nageena Khalique was appointed Queen’s Counsel at a ceremony in Westminster on 16 February.
Tim Jones of No5 Chambers has represented one of the claimants in a High Court case, which ruled that the secretary of state discriminated against travellers.
No5 Chambers barristers Abid Mahmood, Vinesh Mandalia and Ravinder Bagral have been appointed Deputy Upper Tribunal Judges of the Immigration and Asylum Chamber.
Tim Jones, member of No5 Chambers’ planning and environment group and neighbourhood plan examiner, spoke at Planning’s Neighbourhood Plans and Community Engagement Conference.
Marcus Marcussen, a 91-year-old retired teacher who worked at Illmington Road Comprehensive School in Weoley Castle has been jailed for nine years.
No5 Chambers’ Susan Monaghan is to speak at an MBL seminar: ’The Regulator & Complaints Handling for Accountants’.
Retired teacher Marcus Marcussen has been found guilty of 25 counts of indecent assault on boys.
No5 Chambers’ Paul Bleasdale QC and Steven Reed have been shortlisted for Barrister of the Year at the Birmingham Law Society Legal Awards 2015.
Barrister acts for secretary of state in Oxfordshire CC v Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government.
Three people have been sentenced to a total of 27 years in jail after class A drugs worth over £1m were found in Staffordshire.
In a health and safety prosecution concerning a dairy farm Tim Pole of No5 Chambers acted for the HSE.