Archive: December 2019

Anthony Metzer QC and Charlotte Proudman published in The Times

Anthony Metzer QC, Head of Chambers, and Charlotte Proudman, of the family and immigration teams, co-authored the article “Abuse victims deserve a well-funded justice system – Structural problems that have led to falling numbers of rape prosecutions cannot be solved without sufficient resources”. An extract of this article has been published in The Times online […]

Dr Anton van Dellen represents Alison Lapper at West Sussex Coroner’s Court

Dr Anton van Dellen has been instructed to represent Alison Lapper for the inquest investigating the death of her son, Parys.  The sculpture by the artist Marc Quinn of Ms Lapper pregnant with Parys was displayed on the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square from 2005 and 2007.  At the Pre-Inquest Review at West Sussex Coroner’s […]

Alleged Wimbledon ticket touting case reaches Court of Appeal

Dr Anton van Dellen and Harry O’Sullivan represented Mr Luke McKay in the High Court, who had been accused of touting tickets for Wimbledon.  They opposed the lifting of the suspension of his 6-month prison sentence for contempt of court for failing to disclose the source of Wimbledon tickets after submitting that Mr McKay was […]

Goldsmith Chambers sponsors Meninas FC U14s

The girls have transitioned to 11aside football and adapted well, competing excellent in the top division against Spurs, Watford and Enfield. The team continue to play an excellent brand of football and have adjusted well to be the only team within the first division that don’t trial players.  The U14s are more than just a […]

Ian Cain holds seminar on Criminal Law at the Target Law National Pupillage Fair 2019

On Saturday 30th November 2019, a team from Goldsmith Chambers including Catherine Milsom, Linda Turnbull, Ian Cain, Matthew Poulsom, Toby Roseman and David Barr attended the Target Law National Pupillage Fair 2019 held at Gray’s Inn to discuss their experiences, pupillages and life at Goldsmith Chambers. Additionally, Goldsmith Chamber’s newest Junior Tenant, Ian Cain, delivered […]

London Bridge Attack – 29th November 2019

Chambers was deeply sorry to learn of the terrible events on 29th November 2019 and wishes to express its deepest condolences and support to all those affected. We echo the sentiment so well expressed by Mr Merritt, the father of Jack Merritt, who tragically lost his life, in today’s Guardian: “Jack believed in the inherent […]


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