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5PB invites applications for 3rd six pupils to work in Chambers
5PB invites applications for 3rd six pupils to work in Chambers from November 2015. ...
29 September 2015

Restaurant Manager Convicted of Passing Off Horse Meat as Zebra
Andrew Johnson, prosecuting for Hertfordshire County Council, has secured the conviction of a restaurant manager, who was caught passing off horse meat as zebra steaks. Kunal...
18 September 2015

Legal 500 Recommendations 2015
The latest edition of the Legal 500 was published on 16th September 2015. Chambers and its members are recommended set in six areas: Crime, Business Crime, Criminal Fraud, Consumer, Health and Safety, and Professional Discipline/Regulatory. Members and Chambers...
16 September 2015

Further Client Acquitted and Recouped Legal Costs

TfL v E: TfL alleged that our client had used her father’s freedom pass over the course of several months. Using the prosecution’s own evidence, the defence barrister was able to show the magistrates that it was...
01 September 2015

Fare Evasion Client Found Not Guilty

TfL v S: Our client was acquitted after trial. TfL alleged that he had used his father’s freedom pass in order to evade the fare for his journey. His barrister prepared legal argument so that comments he made to the ticket...
01 September 2015