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8 06, 2023

Oliver Francis-Jones joins as a pupil

By |2023-06-08T09:33:22+00:00June 8th, 2023|News|0 Comments

Fraser Chambers welcomes Oliver Francis-Jones who joins for pupillage commencing in October 2023. He accelerated his career with a two-year undergraduate degree in law, has completed a Masters in law and, before coming to the Bar, worked in business. He remains committed to helping others, having previously conducted pro-bono work [...]

8 06, 2023

Nozima Rakhimjonova joins as a pupil

By |2023-06-08T09:36:18+00:00June 8th, 2023|News|0 Comments

Nozima will commence her pupillage in October 2023. She has been working at a solicitors’ firm practicing civil and public law. She represented clients in various immigration proceedings, ranging from appeals at the Tribunal level to costs applications and unlawful detention claims. She also gained experience in commercial and contract [...]

17 08, 2022

Daniel Jeremy accepts pupillage

By |2022-08-17T07:12:16+00:00August 17th, 2022|News|0 Comments

Daniel commences his pupillage in October. Daniel has been a commercial and financial services paralegal for a nationwide PLC, including assisting in multi-million pound litigation and regulatory compliance and legal policy for all aspects of the company’s business.  He also gained valuable experience in defamation, public and employment law. [...]

25 04, 2022

Compliance and AML conference in Warsaw

By |2022-04-26T09:45:27+00:00April 25th, 2022|Anton van Dellen News, News|0 Comments

Dr Anton van Dellen is speaking at 8th National Compliance and Anti-Money Laundering (AML) conference in Warsaw. Anton is talking about the investigation of unexplained and suspicious deaths linked to Russian money laundering and the Russian state. Anton has extensive expertise in representing Interested Persons at inquests which have [...]

4 04, 2022

The court’s approach to key defences in the Defamation Act 2013

By |2022-04-08T09:15:17+00:00April 4th, 2022|Anton van Dellen News, Defamation News, News|0 Comments

The Defamation Act 2013 marked an attempt to codify some of the pre-existing common law. However, this process has been criticised as potentially introducing further uncertainty. Some of the key areas where further complexities arose are in two of the available defences: honest opinion and public interest.  Dr Anton van [...]

10 02, 2022

Cressida Dick resigns – her resignation was called for after the Barking murders inquest

By |2022-02-11T12:17:36+00:00February 10th, 2022|Anton van Dellen News, News, Public Law News|0 Comments

The Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, Cressida Dick, has announced her resignation. Ricky Waumsley called for Cressida Dick to resign after an inquest jury concluded that Metropolitan Police mistakes probably contributed to the deaths of victims of a serial killer including Ricky's partner, Daniel Whitworth.  Officers missed repeated opportunities [...]

10 02, 2022

Media and Communications List in the new Queen’s Bench Guide

By |2022-02-11T11:11:08+00:00February 10th, 2022|Anton van Dellen News, Defamation News, News|0 Comments

The new Queen’s Bench Division Guide has been published. Chapter 17 provides guidance to claims in the Media and Communications List.  The Guide contains a new provision in relation to Media and Communications List Pre-Trial Reviews (PTRs).  A PTR will be listed before trial in every claim. Parties may [...]

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