Karen Gough writes as guest editor for Construction Law in October 2021 and discusses the TCC’s decision in the case of Changing Climates Limited v Warmaway Limited where the court… Read more »
The Court of Appeal (Lord Justice Underhill, Lady Justice Elizabeth Laing and Sir Nigel Davis) has handed down its judgment in Alam v Secretary of State for the Home Department… Read more »
Chaired by Stephen Tromans QC with presentations from Richard Wald QC, Catherine Dobson, Stephanie David, Ruth Keating and Gethin Thomas, 39 Essex Chambers is hosting a COP26 themed Webinar via… Read more »
In this episode, Stephen anticipates COP26 and considers how the UK should react to its outcome.
In this episode, Ruth Keating and Daniel Kozelko discuss a day in the life as a pupil at 39 Essex Chambers.
Welcome to the 4th Edition of 39 Essex Chambers’ Costs Newsletter. As always, there is much to report but we have focussed on what we consider to be the unmissable… Read more »
Professor David Feldman and Professor Paul Craig were joined by Professor Alison Young to present this webinar on ‘The Judicial Review and Courts Bill’. The discussion were chaired by Vikram Sachdeva… Read more »
Permission to apply for judicial review has been granted in this challenge to the third party deduction scheme for legacy benefits operated by the Secretary of State for Work and… Read more »
The Court of Appeal (Lord Justice Moylan, Lady Justice Andrews and Lord Justice Lewis) has handed down its judgment in R (X) v Secretary of State for the Home Department… Read more »