Coronavirus Act 2020 – Social Care and SEND Guidance Note for England

Administrative & Public

Coronavirus Act 2020 – Social Care and SEND Guidance Note for England


This note has been written by the 39 Essex Chambers public law team in response to some of the many queries we have had about the implications of the Coronavirus… Read more »

CategoryNews Author Jenni Richards QC, Fenella Morris QC, Victoria Butler-Cole QC, Adam Fullwood, Neil Allen, Sian Davies, Alexander Ruck Keene, Steve Broach Date

The Coronavirus Act – implications for education, social care and mental health


This webinar will consider the implications of the new Coronavirus Act for the delivery of education and social care and the operation of the Mental Health Act 1983 in England…. Read more »

CategoryNews, Seminars & Webinars Author Fenella Morris QC, Victoria Butler-Cole QC, Steve Broach Date

Without government guidance or PPE, doctors will have to make more unpopular choices about which lives to save


Vikram Sachdeva QC and David Lock QC write about human rights, limited resources and legal conundrums in The Independent. Without government guidance or PPE, doctors will have to make more… Read more »

CategoryNews, Articles Author Vikram Sachdeva QC Date

Accessing care during the coronavirus crisis – available online


Steve Broach’s webinar on accessing care during the Coronavirus Crisis is available to listen online here. In the talk, Steve provides information on “The Coronavirus Act 2019-21”, and answers questions… Read more »

CategoryNews Author Steve Broach Date

Victoria Butler-Cole QC & Steve Broach instructed on proposed challenge to the NICE guidelines on critical care


Victoria Butler-Cole QC and Steve Broach have been instructed by Peter Todd at Hodge Jones & Allen on a proposed challenge to the NICE guidelines on critical care in the context of… Read more »

CategoryNews Author Victoria Butler-Cole QC, Steve Broach Date

Accessing care during the coronavirus crisis


This webinar is focused on accessing care during the Coronavirus Crisis. With the onset of new emergency coronavirus legislation, “The Coronavirus Bill 2019-21”. Steve Broach will give information on this… Read more »

CategorySeminar & Webinar Archive Author Steve Broach Date

Chambers is delighted that Steve Broach is joining our public law team, with immediate effect


Steve is a specialist public law junior with extensive experience of public law challenges in the Administrative Court, the Tribunal system and in onward appeals. Steve’s key area of specialism is… Read more »

CategoryNews Author Steve Broach Date

R (ota Detention Action & anr) v Secretary of State for the Home Department (25 March 2020): Divisional Court refuses injunction for release of immigration detainees


The Divisional Court (President of the QBD and Swift J.) yesterday rejected an application for an interim mandatory injunction requiring the Home Secretary to take further action to release persons… Read more »

CategoryNews Author Lisa Giovannetti QC Date

All Skype Trial


Peter Mant appeared last week in a three day trial conducted entirely over Skype, in what the Law Society Gazette described as a “legal first”. The case was legally and… Read more »

CategoryNews Author Peter Mant Date

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