Three further appointments as counsel to the UK Covid-19 Inquiry Kate Wilson as senior junior counsel. Joseph Hudson and Helena Spector as junior counsel.
We are delighted to announce that the Chair of the Inquiry, Baroness Heather Hallett has invited Kate Wilson, as senior junior counsel Joseph Hudson and Helena Spector as junior counsel to join her legal team to support her with the preparation and delivery of the UK Covid-19 Inquiry’s investigative work. These appointments follow the appointment of Richard Wright Q.C. as Queens Counsel to the Inquiry in May.
Saturday saw an enthusiastic crowd of PSQB barristers and staff take over the running of the Roundhay ParkRun as part of the wider wellbeing activities programme. They supported and ran with around 300 others who turned out in the sunshine for the timed 5K run. Plenty of home baked cakes on offer too, and the […]
Bradford youth worker murder – Zbigniew Soj jailed for at least 31 years – Mark McKone QC prosecutes
The defendant murdered Borbala Benko and attempted to murder Klaudia Rogozinka in November 2021.
Harry Dyson at Park Square Barristers discusses the recent decision of the Employment Appeal Tribunal in Parag Bahad v HSBC Bank PLC  EAT 83.
Park Square was transformed into 1830’s England last summer for the production and filming of series 2 of the period drama “Gentleman Jack”.
Applications for Mini-pupillage at PSQB will be open through the month of June for those wishing to undertake an in-person Mini-pupillage between the months of September and December.
The Equality and Diversity film put together by members of the North Eastern Circuit has been released and is now available to view online.