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Dr Anton van Dellen and Ian Cain present paper at Third International Advocacy Conference in Nottingham

On Friday 21st June 2019, Dr Anton van Dellen and Ian Cain presented their joint paper ‘The unfriendly Litigation Friend and maintaining confidentiality’ at the Third International Advocacy Conference at Nottingham Trent University. Representing both authors, Ian Cain attended the conference entitled ‘Advocacy and Vulnerable Witnesses: 20 years on from the Youth Justice and Criminal […]

SSHD V Banger (part two): Extended Family Members and Appeal Rights

Following the resumed hearing on 20th March 2019, before the President of the Upper Tribunal, Mr Justice Lane and Upper Tribunal Judge Rimington, the final Decision in Banger has now been reported: Banger (EEA: EFM – Right of Appeal) [2019] UKUT 00194(IAC).   Ms Banger was represented pro bono by Anthony Metzer QC and Sanaz Saifolahi. […]

Roger Hood Lecture at University of Oxford

Anthony Metzer QC, Christobel McCoey and Sangeetha Iengar of Goldsmith Chambers attended the Annual Roger Hood Lecture, part of the All Souls Criminology Seminar Series held at the University of Oxford. This year’s lecture was entitled ‘(De)constructing the crimmigrant other: migration, citizenship and penal power’ and was delivered by Professor Katja Franko of the University of […]

Eames & Masters v NV Transport Ltd & PMP Forward Ltd

On the 1st April 2019, Mr Ian Cain, Goldsmith Chambers’ Common Law Pupil, successfully  represented 2 former dockyard workers on a pro-bono basis in their Employment Tribunal in Southampton for unlawful dismissal and a breach of the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006.  The Claimants were employed as shunters at a dockyard by […]

Dominic D’Souza secures acquittal in Attempted Murder Trial

Following a three and a half week Trial, Dominic D’Souza secures the acquittal of his Client who was tried for Attempted Murder, Committing Arson with Intent to Endanger Life and S.18 Wounding with Intent. The jury acquitted following a mesmerising speech by Mr D’Souza and his solicitor was thrilled with his exceptional commitment to the […]

Law Friends Immigration Law & Criminal Law Conferences

The Law Friends Society organises conferences in crime, immigration and family law, providing legal professionals with practical advice and analysis of recent case law.  Goldsmith Chambers was proud to co-host the Immigration Law Seminar on the 23 May, with around 100 practitioners in attendance. Samina Iqbal,  Sarah Pinder,  Kezia Tobin and Lawrence Youseffian delivered presentations covering a […]

Linda Turnbull elected Bencher at Lincoln’s Inn

Goldsmith Chambers is delighted to announce that Linda Turnbull, of Goldsmith Chambers’ family and immigration teams, has been elected as a Bencher of Lincoln’s Inn. In addition, Linda has served on several other committees at Lincoln’s Inn, namely Chapel, Pre-Call Education, Outreach, Collegiality and she is co-chair of the Social & Wellbeing Committee. At the […]

Tower of London’s Ceremony of the Keys

Goldsmith Chambers were honoured to be welcomed to an event at the Tower of London on Monday 20th May to witness the historic and prestigious “Ceremony of the Keys”. In recognition of their support for the Infantry Football Club, Goldsmith Chambers and MACS Legal Services were invited for a guided tour of HM Tower of […]

Jonathan Crystal gave presentations on ‘Intellectual Property and the Protection of Sports Rights’ at Shanghai University School of Political Science and Law, Fudan University and Shanghai University.

Whilst in Shanghai between 6 – 12 May 2019 Jonathan also met with three major and some small/medium law firms interested in a cooperation relationship for work in or relating to the PRC. Jonathan says; ‘It was a great opportunity to exchange information with lawyers, academics and students and gain an insight into law firms’ practices and needs. Shanghai with its […]