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The latest article Civil and Family pupil Jasmin Shingler discussing claims concerning credit hire charges and the decision of the High Court of Justice.
The latest article from criminal pupil Lucia Harrington is now available.
The latest article from Giles Gunstone discusses his experience of cases in which there are loans with high default interest levels from companies that specialise in loans to “distressed borrowers”.
We are pleased to confirm that Samuel Peake has completed his family & civil pupillage and has accepted an offer of tenancy...
Chambers will close for the festive period on Tuesday 24th December at 2pm and will fully reopen on Thursday 2nd January...
The latest article from Family & Civil pupil Samuel Peake looks at how the term 'mother' was defined for the first time in common law earlier this year by the President of the Family Division, Sir Andrew McFarlane.
Following on from World Mental Health Day last month, Family & Civil pupil Claire Garton discusses mental health and the numerous ways it can impact upon care proceedings in her latest article
The recently published Inner Temple Yearbook features an article from Samuel Coe detailing his Pegasus Scholarship experience in India.