Archive: May 2022

Julian Norman joins Chambers

Chambers is delighted to welcome Julian Norman as a member. Julian joins Chambers’ immigration and public law team and also maintains a practice in regulatory and disciplinary matters, following her being seconded to the Nursing and Midwifery Council in 2014. Julian has worked in immigration law since 2002 and is familiar with all aspects of […]

Changing the legal landscape for abuse victims

Following a series of ground-breaking private prosecutions, Anthony Metzer QC and Adam Gersch (instructed by Gary Lesin-Davis at W Legal) have helped clarify the scope of prosecutions for controlling and coercive behaviour. Controlling or Coercive Behaviour in an Intimate Family Relationship is an offence contrary to section 76 of the Serious Crime Act 2015, which […]

Sarah Memmi secures a unanimous Not Guilty verdict at St Albans Crown Court 

Sarah Memmi, instructed by Karlie London of Hine Solicitors, represented BT in a 8-day trial. BT faced one count of being concerned in the supply of cocaine, having pleaded guilty to possession of cannabis with intent to supply it, and to simple possession of MDMA. The Crown alleged that BT was running a class A […]

Christina Warner shortlisted for the Shaw Trust Disability Power 100. 

Now in its seventh year, the Shaw Trust Disability Power 100 is the only publication of its kind globally, helping challenge society’s perception of disability, by highlighting the change-makers and influencers opening doors for future generations across a variety of sectors.  ​Christina has been shortlisted for her tireless campaigning and activism in raising awareness of […]

Goldsmith Chambers Appoints New Joint Heads of Chambers

Goldsmith Chambers is delighted to announce that Roderick Johnson QC and Victoria Wilson have been appointed as Joint Heads of Chambers with effect from Monday 23rd May 2022, following the decision of Anthony Metzer QC to step down from the role which he has performed so brilliantly over the last 8 years. Rod and Victoria […]


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