Archive: October 2017

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 […]

Legal 500 – 2017 Edition

Chambers is very proud to have 9 of our members recognised in the 2017 edition of the Legal 500 directory.  The rankings have been published as follows: CRIME (General Crime):- Anthony Metzer QC – ‘A well-prepared, thorough and engaging advocate – his legal arguments are consistently impressive.’ – Leading Silks, Band 2 Roderick Johnson QC […]

Martin Khoshdel secures acquittal in 9 handed prison Affray

Martin Khoshdel successfully represented a Defendant who was indicted on a charge of Affray in Prison with 8 other Defendants. The evidence included CCTV showing prisoners fighting, throwing missiles and using weapons. Martin’s Client was acquitted after Trial.

Goldsmith Chambers Immigration team present bespoke seminar to Caronte

Members of the Goldsmith Chambers Immigration Team presented a bespoke seminar to ‘Caronte’, an Italian comparative research project on contemporary asylum policy. Caronte is looking at best practice in German, UK, Italian and Canadian asylum policy.  By focusing upon international case studies, the project aims to help the legislature reform Italian asylum policy. The results […]

Chambers welcomes Charlotte Bull and Sarah Taylor as new tenants

Chambers is very pleased to announce that  Charlotte Bull and Sarah Taylor have successfully completed their pupillage with chambers and have accepted their respective offers of tenancy.  They have become tenants in chambers from today, 2nd October 2017. Members of Goldsmith Chambers have no doubt that both Charlotte and Sarah will continue to make valuable […]

Dr Charlotte Proudman presents first session of FLBA autumn lecture series

The first lecture of the FLBA’s 2017 autumn lecture series took place on 21 September 2017 and was titled “Female Genital Mutilation and Breast Ironing in the Context of Evolving Jurisprudence.”  The speakers were Nkumbe Ekaney QC, of 1 Garden Court, and Charlotte Proudman, of Goldsmith Chambers. The lecture was pitched to a broad audience, […]


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