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APIL advanced brain and spinal cord injury conference takes place 2-3 July 2015.
James Counsell and Ben Bradley succeed in landmark sex abuse case against the Jehovah’s Witnesses Organisation.
On 9 June 2015 Michael Bowes QC chaired a discussion to debate whether the UK should follow the US model of suspension and debarment in relation to the defence industry.
‘Phase 1B’ of the Jersey Inquiry is well underway, with 10 witnesses having given evidence in the past three weeks about their time working in residential care in Jersey.
New Deprivation of Liberty (DOLS) case law in which Benjamin Conroy and Rosie Williams of Conroys Solicitors represented the First Respondent.
Walker Morris has appointed Paul Barnard, former global group president of ITW Inc Fluids Products division, to help it develop a best in class client relationship programme.
Andrew Spink QC and James Rickards have appeared before the Determinations Panel in relation to the Carrington Wire Defined Benefit Scheme.
Those accused of abuse get their chance to speak.
The informal Decision Making Under the Mental Capacity Act seminar will discuss various approaches to decision-making under the 2005 act.
Tom Gibson has been selected to represent the South Eastern Circuit at the University of Florida’s Advanced Trial Advocacy Programme.
Daniel Barnett of Outer Temple Chambers has been invited to address the General Counsel Strategy Summit, organised by The Lawyer Conferences, taking place in Lisbon on 13–15 May 2015.
Matthew Stockwell of Outer Temple Chambers has been presented with an honorary life membership for an ‘Outstanding Contribution’ to the work of APIL.
On 23 April the jury at Harrow Crown Court took just 13 minutes to acquit Tim Green’s client of causing death by careless driving following an accident in Kilburn High Road in July 2012.
Outer Temple barrister Fiona Scolding has acted for the Office of the Schools Adjudicator (OSA) in the case of the London Oratory’s appeal of the OSA decision against the school.
John McKendrick of Outer Temple Chambers has represented residents of a learning disabled community in North Yorkshire.
Outer Temple Chambers has welcomed Matt Stockwell, a leading senior junior in serious injury litigation and welfare related public law work.
Outer Temples welcomes Daniel Clarke to its health team.
Outer Temple Chambers will be running seminars on Part 1 of the Care Act 2014 in spring 2015.
Eleanor Davison of Outer Temple Chambers is listed in the first Global Investigations Review Women in Investigations special...
Fiona Scolding, John McKendrick, Nicholas Hill and Katarina Sydow provided a judicial review seminar to over 30 lawyers from the FCA, Bank of England and PRA.