Vikram Sachdeva and Victoria Butler-Cole have recorded a podcast discussing the ‘Withdrawal of ANH for Patients in a Minimally Conscious State’ and we are delighted to be able to offer… Read more »
Thirty Nine Essex Street is delighted to congratulate Lord John Dyson on his appointment as the next Master of the Rolls, succeeding Lord Neuberger who has been elevated to Supreme Court president. Lord Dyson, a… Read more »
Greg Treverton-Jones QC successfully advised and assisted the first lawyer in Brunei to be prosecuted by the Law Society of Brunei. Following judicial review proceedings in the High Court and… Read more »
THIS SEMINAR IS NOW FULLY BOOKED Presented by: Paul Craig QC (Hon.) FBA Professor of English Law at Oxford University, will discuss ‘The EU, Accession to the ECHR, and National… Read more »
In a seminar chaired by Gordon Nardell QC, Zack Simons and Catherine Dobson will present an Environmental and Planning Law update. A buffet lunch will be provided.
A family is seeking to overturn a DNACPR Order based on the patient’s belief that all possible treatment should be provided. The issue in the case is whether L, who… Read more »
On Friday 17 August 2012 the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government approved without modification Thanet District Council’s compulsory purchase order for the world-famous but sadly disused Dreamland… Read more »
Jonathan Bellamy successfully represented the defendant’s insurers in their defence of a £5m claim for damages following a catastrophic injury at an outdoor adventure activity centre.
Chaired by Stephen Tromans QC and presented by William Norris QC, Justine Thornton and James Burton, this seminar will consider private and statutory nuisance. William Norris QC will consider various… Read more »
Mr. Justice Bean held that the breach found by the SDT relating to supervision within Rule 5.01 of the Solicitors’ Code of Conduct 2007 had to be quashed, for there… Read more »