We were delighted to welcome back former member of Chambers, Court of Appeal Judge, Lady Justice King, as she visited Park Square Barristers to meet former colleagues, members of the Bar and staff.
An inquest was held at Crook Coroners Court into the death of Mr Stephen Harper, who received a life sentence in 2003 for multiple counts of rape
PSQB pupil Ellie Mitten judged the final of the University of Leeds Regional mooting competition last week.
There have been further individual rankings announced in the 2020 edition of The Legal 500. Tom Gent has been ranked as Tier one counsel for Inquests and Inquiries in addition to Regulatory, Health and Safety, and Licensing and Simon Clegg has been ranked as Tier one counsel for Construction, Planning and Environment. This takes the […]
The competition for pupillage at PSQB starting in 2021 has been announced.
Richard Wright QC leading Howard Shaw have again succeeded in the Divisional Court in the case of R v Sheffield Magistrates Court, ex p. Chesterfield Poultry Ltd. They appeared on behalf of the CPS in Judicial Review proceedings regarding the time limit certificate provisions of the Welfare of Animals at the Time of Killing (England) Regulations 2015.
We were delighted to support last weekend’s Northern Pupillage Fair.
Joseph Hudson discusses Leeds United’s Kiko Casilla’s recent FA disciplinary charge.
Robert Stevenson prosecutes Farming partnership on behalf of the Health & Safety Executive following a fatal incident.
Farming partnership B A L Ackroyd has been sentenced for safety breaches, following a fatal incident involving a member of the public.
Middle Temple is one of the four Inns of Court for barristers in England & Wales – the others are Gray’s Inn, Lincoln’s Inn and Inner Temple.
An inquest was held at Hull Coroners Court today into the death of notorious serial killer Dennis Nilsen.
They say that GMC Administrative Court judgments are like buses. You wait for one for an age and then two come along at the same time. (Note to self: no-one says that).