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Update on Reference made to the CJEU: Oral hearing scheduled

Further to chambers’ earlier posts on the Order for Reference to the CJEU and the reported determination of Banger (Unmarried Partner of British National) [2017] UKUT 00125 (IAC), Anthony Metzer QC and Sanaz Saifolahi, who represent Ms Banger, can confirm that the case has been listed for an oral hearing at the CJEU on 17th January […]

Marie de Redman secures acquittal in Rape Trial

Marie de Redman, instructed by Maurice Andrews Solicitors, successfully defended a man charged with two counts of Rape at Wolverhampton Crown Court this week. The Trial focused on the issue of consent. The jury reached unanimous verdicts of Not Guilty on both counts.

Things are never black and white

Goldsmith Chambers had the pleasure of sponsoring the Bereaved Families Forum at an intimate and inspiring evening at Temple Church on Wednesday 8 November.  Israeli and Palestinian members of the charity, Robi Damelin and Mazen Faraj, each shared their experience of losing their loved one to the conflict and finding a route from revenge to reconciliation.  Goldsmith Chambers looks forward to hosting similar […]

Immigration Judicial Review training for OISC advisers

Members of the immigration team welcomed OISC advisers into chambers on 2nd November 2017 and together, they conducted a workshop on immigration judicial reviews.  The OISC rules and guidance were amended earlier this year to allow advisers registered at level 3 to conduct judicial reviews as long as they work with barristers registered to provide […]

Wellbeing certificate awarded to chambers

On 4th November, the Chair of the Bar awarded chambers with a Wellbeing Certificate following its wellbeing initiative and the receipt of over 30 applications in its inaugural round.  Chambers is delighted to accept this award and will continue its efforts to further promote wellbeing in chambers, across the Bar and more widely within the […]

Members of Goldsmith Chambers interviewed as experts

Guy Davison, a member of chambers’ immigration team, often appears as an expert in immigration law on LBC radio.  His latest appearance was on Friday 27th October 2017 with Nick Ferrari on the breakfast show.  Guy was discussing the potential removal of an HIV and LBGT activist to Morocco and whose his case is still ongoing. […]

Chambers and Partners – 2018 Edition

Chambers is proud to have 4 of our members recognised in Chambers and Partners. The rankings have been published as follows: Anthony Metzer QC – CRIME  – BAND 3 (SILK) Anthony Metzer QC – POLICE LAW: MAINLY CLAIMANT – BAND 2 (SILK): He frequently acts in claims against the police for false imprisonment, malicious prosecution, […]

Dr Charlotte Proudman Appointed Affiliated Researcher at the University of Cambridge

Having recently been awarded with a doctorate from the University of Cambridge in FGM law and policy, Dr Charlotte Proudman has been appointed affiliated researcher within the Department of Sociology, University of Cambridge. Charlotte intends to continue to combine academia with legal practice. As a researcher at the University, Charlotte will continue to progress her […]

HM Coroner appointment

Chambers are delighted to announce that Jeremy Chipperfield has been appointed HM Coroner for Durham.  Jeremy will remain with Chambers as an Associate Tenant.

Dr Anton van Dellen in the Court of Appeal in a declaration of trust case

Dr Anton van Dellen represented an Appellant on 18th October 2017 in the Court of Appeal in a case which considered the requirements for recording a declaration of trust under section 53 of the Law of Property Act 1925.  The Court of Appeal held that the terms of the declaration should be recorded in writing […]