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1002, 2022

University of Notre Dame law student completes externship

February 10th, 2022|Anton van Dellen News, Defamation News, High Net Worth News, News, Public Law News|

Alexis Flores has completed her externship at Fraser Chambers whilst studying for her law degree with the University of Notre Dame. Alexis said that the favourite part of studying in London last fall was her externship: "I had the opportunity to work for a barrister that specializes in civil law. I [...]

501, 2022

Third six pupillage

January 5th, 2022|Defamation News, High Net Worth News, News|

Fraser Chambers invites applications for third-six pupillage from candidates who have completed pupillage and who can demonstrate an interest in defamation and commercial law to service our High Net Worth client base. Part of the third six pupillage may involve secondment at a firm of solicitors. Bar Council Ad [...]

1512, 2021

No means assessments for Exceptional Case Funding (ECF) for inquests

December 15th, 2021|Anton van Dellen News, News, Public Law News|

Applications for Exceptional Case Funding (ECF) for inquest cases will no longer need to include means assessments of individuals from 12 January 2022. From that date, new and pending applications for ECF inquest funding no longer require means assessments, no further contributions will be required for existing ECF inquest [...]

1711, 2021

Civil Justice Council report for consultation on Pre-Action Protocols

November 17th, 2021|Anton van Dellen News, Defamation News, High Net Worth News, News, Public Law News|

The Civil Justice Council (CJC) has published a report which considers what role Pre-Action Protocols (PAPs) should play in an increasingly digitalised civil justice system.  The report canvasses a number of reform options: Making all PAPs available online via portals. Formally recognising that compliance with PAPs would be mandatory, except [...]

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