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Barrister Patrick Sadd from Outer Temple Chambers (OTC) recently spoke on the critical role of expert evidence at the annual Cambridge Medico-Legal conference.
Barrister Ben Bradley from Outer Temple Chambers has represented the family of Alan Lucas in a recent inquest before HM Coroner for Birmingham and Solihull.
Barrister Tim Nesbitt from Outer Temple Chambers has just concluded acting in an appeal for coach operator Carmel Coaches.
Outer Temple Chambers’ Paul Rogers has represented South Lakes Wild Animal Park in the inquest into the death of Sarah McClay.
Barrister Patrick Sadd of Outer Temple Chambers (OTC) has been interviewed by BBC Radio 4 on the Rotherham abuse scandal.
Outer Temple Chambers has welcomed Fiona Scolding, a specialist public law practitioner highly praised in the leading directories.
The Independent Jersey Care Inquiry has heard from its first witnesses to have been through the island’s care system.
Three Outer Temple Chambers members have been shortlisted for health and safety and professional discipline in the 2014 Chambers Bar Awards.
Outer Temple Chambers barrister Patrick Sadd has won damages of £350,000 for a claimant who was abused as a child.
Outer Temple Chambers has welcomed Tim Green, a specialist regulatory barrister, to its commercial team.
Police ordered to pay Human Rights Act damages for failure to conduct an adequate investigation into allegations of rape
Katarina Sydow examines the High Court’s decision to award Human Rights Act damages in respect of an inadequate police investigation following allegations of rape.
Patrick Sadd and Harriet Jerram from Outer Temple Chambers (OTC) are acting as co-counsel to the Independent Jersey Care Inquiry.
Outer Temple Chambers’ John McKendrick has appeared for applicant health bodies and a local authority in complex proceedings before the Court of Protection...
On 18 June, Outer Temple Chambers hosted a roundtable forum of experts to discuss the Treasury’s consultation paper on enforcement decision making.
Christopher Gibson QC and Robert Dickason from Outer Temple Chambers have contributed to the APIL clinical negligence book that is set to be published in July 2014.
Experts’ literature deserves more attention in the earlier stages of cases because of the devastating effect that it can have at trial.
John McKendrick has been invited by the Inter-American Development Bank to speak on the subject of effective oversight of procurement.
In early May 2014, three Chambers directors and 15 Outer Temple barristers visited Dubai to strengthen and reaffirm their commitment to working in the region.
Gerard McDermott QC was presented with the award of ‘Excellence in Legal Care’ at the SIA’s ‘Rebuilding Lives After Spinal Cord Injury’ awards.
Richard Lissack QC and Eleanor Davison of Outer Temple Chambers were key panel speakers at the Herbert Smith Freehills — Corporate Crime and Investigations Conference.