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
The latest article from Criminal pupil Samuel Lowne discusses the proposed changes to sentencing guidelines and new guidance on ‘totting up’ disqualifications.
We are pleased to welcome Jasmin Shingler to the Family & Civil team following successful completion of her pupillage with Chambers.
Family and Civil pupil Claire Garton has prepared an addendum article concomitant to the recent message from the Lord Chief Justice, Master of the Rolls and President of the Family Division, released on 15th April 2020.
The latest article from Family and Civil pupil Claire Garton discusses the current COVID-19 health crisis and the unprecedented challenges to, as well as the impact on, court hearings and family law proceedings.
Chambers will close today, 9th April, at 1pm for the Easter weekend & reopen on Tuesday 14th April at 8am.
As the current situation regarding COVID-19 continues to evolve, we want to update you on our position at chambers.
KCH Garden Square is acting proactively to guard against the risks posed by COVID-19 to protect the health and wellbeing of our staff and members.
The latest article Civil and Family pupil Jasmin Shingler discussing claims concerning credit hire charges and the decision of the High Court of Justice.