39 Essex Chambers is delighted to announce that Cleon Catsambis has joined Chambers following the successful completion of his pupillage. Cleon undertakes work across all of Chambers’ main practice areas, including… Read more »
Members of 39 Essex Chambers appeared on both sides in the Court of Appeal in R (Manchester Ship Canal Company and another) v. Environment Agency  EWCA Civ 542 in which… Read more »
Paul Hayes (2013) To read this article, please click here.
Some apparently think the UK’s approach to new nuclear power is ‘Soviet’. Hardly, Stephen Tromans QC replies, but it may have other problems. In his latest post in the Thirty Nine… Read more »
Thirty Nine Essex Street will be holding an Education Law Update seminar on 13th June at 6pm in chambers. This seminar lasts for one hour, is free to attend and… Read more »
Topics to be covered include Exclusions: IRPs, the FTT and Judicial Review SEN changes Academies: forced conversions and participation in FTT Speakers Fenella Morris QC (chair) Jonathan Auburn Jennifer Telen… Read more »
We are delighted to congratulate Robert Jay QC, who has been appointed to the High Court, Queen’s Bench Division, it has been announced this morning. Widely recognised as one of the… Read more »
In its judgment the Supreme Court made a declaration that the UK is in breach of its obligations to comply with limits for nitrogen dioxide provided for in Article 13… Read more »
Richard delivered this paper at the the Four Jurisdictions Law Conference 2013,in Dublin. To read this paper please follow this link.
Vikram Sachdeva, acting for the claimant’s erstwhile solicitors, successfully opposed an appeal by the defendant in a personal injury action, in which a non party costs order was sought against… Read more »