With the stay on possession proceedings now being lifted, civil practitioner Oliver Nunn speaks about the resumption of possession claims from Monday
The latest article from Family & Civil pupil Claire Garton discusses the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act 2020
The latest article from Criminal pupil Lucia Harrington discusses the Supreme Court judgement in the case of R v Copeland, a case which concerned the interpretation of section 4(1) of the Explosive Substances Act 1883
The latest article from Criminal pupil Samuel Lowne discusses Section 5 of the Domestic Violence, Crime and Victims Act and its value for allowing justice to be served.
With Courts’ having adapted to the use of remote technology, KCH Garden Square offers the facilities for remote & hybrid hearings, allowing clients to attend alongside their legal representatives whilst adhering to all social distancing guidelines.
Family & Civil pupil Claire Garton discusses the advantages and disadvantages of remote working as a pupil in these current times.
In her latest article, Family & Civil pupil Claire Garton discusses the role of the Guardian in family proceedings.
With many people working by remote means, combined with the reduction in court sitting days, clients are increasingly looking to Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) processes. Tom Russell discusses the benefits
In light of Mental Health Awareness Week, Chambers' Wellbeing officer Zoe Henry discusses looking after your mental health during the current pandemic