Katherine Apps writes in Local Government Lawyer on PSED: can breach be remedied?

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Katherine Apps writes in Local Government Lawyer on PSED: can breach be remedied?


Is it possible to remedy a breach of the public sector equality duty? In Metropolitan Housing Trust Ltd v TM [2021] EWCA Civ 1890 [hyperlink to https://www.bailii.org/ew/cases/EWCA/Civ/2021/1890.html ] the Court… Read more »

CategoryArticles, News Author Katherine Apps Date

Jon Darby appointed to the FA General Appeals Panel and Ian Brownhill and Daniel Kozelko appointed to the FA Safeguarding Panel


We are pleased to announce that Jonathan Darby has been appointed to the FA General Appeals Panel for a three-year term. The Appeals Panel is responsible for hearing disciplinary and… Read more »

CategoryNews Author Ian Brownhill , Jonathan Darby, Daniel Kozelko Date

Construction company directors beware! Agency law may not protect you.


Anthony Edwards successfully argued for the claimant in the High Court TCC that the laws of agency did not protect a particular director of a construction limited company. The Judge,… Read more »

CategoryNews Author Anthony Edwards Date

Practical Tips on Compulsory Purchase or Acquisition and Compensation


Chaired by Richard Harwood QC with presentations from Celina Colquhoun, Juan Lopez and Jonathan Darby, 39 Essex Chambers is hosting a CPO/CA and Compensation Webinar, titled Practical Tips on  Compulsory Purchase… Read more »

CategoryWebinars Author Richard Harwood OBE QC, Celina Colquhoun, Juan Lopez, Jonathan Darby Date

Clause 1 of the Judicial Review & Courts Bill: Implications for Environmental Justice


In a blog post for Wildlife and Countryside Link, Gethin Thomas reports on the committee stage consideration of the Judicial Review & Courts Bill, highlighting the impact that clause 1… Read more »

CategoryArticles Author Gethin Thomas Date

A number of members of Chambers instructed in one of The Lawyer’s Top 20 Cases for 2022


A number of members of Chambers are instructed in one of The Lawyer’s Top 20 Cases for 2022. The annual listing highlights the key cases taking place in the courts… Read more »

CategoryNews Author Adam Robb QC, John Denis-Smith, Patrick Hennessey, Nicholas Higgs Date

The Colston 4 and the listed building


The acquittal of four protesters involved in pulling a bronze statue of Edward Colston off its plinth and throwing it in Bristol harbour has attracted a great deal of comment. … Read more »

CategoryArticles, News Author Richard Harwood OBE QC Date

Pupillage Application Webinar


This webinar will be chaired by Chief Executive Lindsay Scott and presented by both members of Chambers and the staff team, and provides help and guidance to those interested in… Read more »

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Applications for Pupillage Now Open


39 Essex Chambers is delighted to announce that applications for pupillage commencing in October 2023 are now open and will close on Wednesday 9th February 2022 at 2pm. Applications to… Read more »

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Rapid Response Guidance Note: Local Authority Powers to accommodate those without recourse to public funds and/ or not lawfully present in the UK in response to Omicron Covid-19 variant


On 20 December 2021 the Minister for Rough Sleeping and Housing wrote to all Local Authority Chief Executives [1] under the heading “Protect and Vaccinate – rough sleeping response to… Read more »

CategoryArticles, News Author Sian Davies Date

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