Archive: September 2019

Legal 500 – 2020

Chambers is delighted to announce that a number of members of chambers have been successfully ranked in the Legal 500 2020 and that Chambers is ranked again in Immigration: Immigration Goldsmith Chambers immigration team –  Band 3 – “Goldsmith Chambers provides ‘very organised, competent, and responsive barristers and clerks’ and ‘is very experienced and knowledgeable […]

Samina Iqbal co-authors journal article

Samina Iqbal, of Chambers’ immigration team, has recently co-authored a very comprehensive article for those practising in the areas of immigration and family law. The paper seeks to highlight the problems of specialisation and provides practitioners with the tools needed in both jurisdictions, to address the issues of confidentiality and disclosure in respect of orders made in […]

Training with the Society of British-Bangladeshi Solicitors

Samina Iqbal and Sarah Pinder, of Goldsmith Chambers’ immigration team, were pleased to join the Society of British-Bangladeshi Solicitors on Saturday 14th September 2019 for a full day’s CPD training. Sarah started the morning session with a 3-hour update on Article 8 ECHR covering the recent Supreme Court cases of KO (Nigeria) and Ruppiah and […]

Raj Joshi joins Chambers

Chambers are delighted to announce that Raj Joshi has joined Goldsmith Chambers from 18 Red Lion Court. Raj practices predominantly in crime, and is an excellent addition to our thriving Criminal team.

Goldsmith Chambers attend House Of Lords

On Wednesday 4th September, Baroness Walmsley hosted Goldsmith Chambers for drinks and dinner at the House of Lords in place of her husband Lord Thomas to commemorate and  celebrate the merger of Goldsmith Chambers with Argent Chambers having taken place 2000 days earlier. Baroness Walmsley spoke very warmly about Chambers and there were words of […]


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