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Charlotte Bull publishes paper entitled ‘Problem-Solving Courts in USA: What lessons for the Criminal Justice system of England and Wales?

Many congratulations to Charlotte Bull, one of our current pupils, who, as part of her Winston Churchill Memorial Trust Scholarship, travelled to the USA to research therapeutic jurisprudence in specialist Courts. Charlotte has published a paper entitled ‘Problem-Solving Courts in USA: what lessons for the criminal justice system of England and Wales?’ This paper can […]

Charlotte Proudman celebrates International Women’s Day at City University

International Women’s Day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. In 2016, the day also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity. Charlotte Proudman took part in a panel event  at City University discussing ‘women in the work: what does professional look like?’ Alongside a panel of dynamic […]

Dr Anton van Dellen represents the family of prisoner who lost his life

Dr Anton van Dellen represented the family of a man who lost his life whilst serving a prison sentence at HMP Bullingdon at an inquest before Darren Salter, Oxford Senior Coroner.  The jury entered a narrative conclusion.  The coroner also decided to write to the prison and healthcare provider in relation to a number of concerns, […]

Charlotte Proudman speaks at European conference to tackle FGM

Charlotte Proudman, Barrister in Family and Immigration Law, was invited to speak at a one day European conference to tackle female genital mutilation (FGM), organised by leading women’s rights organisation, FORWARD. Charlotte addressed national policy and legislation designed to prevent FGM in the U.K. alongside a panel of experts from across the EU. Charlotte works […]

Charlotte Proudman is key speaker at event organised by UN Women Somalia

Charlotte was delighted to accept an invitation from UN Women Somalia to speak about re-defining female genital mutilation (FGM) as a form of torture. UN Women Somalia held a rountable discussion with Somali Government Ministers and leading barristers about the potential and challenges of re-defining FGM as torture and an international crime. As of January […]

Judicial Appointment of Alun Jenkins

Chambers are delighted to announce the Judicial Appointment of Alun Jenkins. Alun has been appointed as a District Judge of the Central Family Court, but Alun will remain with Chambers as a Door Tenant.