Chelsea Brooke-Ward writes article for The Barrister magazine – “Understanding is needed to retain females at the Bar”
PSQB Barrister Chelsea Brooke-Ward has written the lead article on the front page of the latest edition of “the barrister” magazine.
This is an appeal in the matter of Poku v Abedin  by the Claimant against a decision by DDJ Omoregie in which a claim for credit hire was struck out on the grounds that the claim was as an abuse of process.
We are advertising for 2 pupils to undertake pupillage in September 2021. The window for applications is now open. The application form is now available to download – click here The closing date for applications is 8 February 2021 at 11am. Interviews will be held on a date to be confirmed in February or March […]
Park Square Barristers won Chambers of the Year at last night’s Yorkshire Legal Awards. PSQB were shortlisted for 5 other awards : Family Team of the Year, Criminal Team of the Year, Regulatory Team of the Year and Kate Batty was shortlisted for Criminal Lawyer of the Year and Yorkshire Lawyer of the Year.
Join us for our virtual Pupillage and Mini-pupillage Insight day on 8 December 2020
We are delighted to announce that Jonathan Gittins will join Park Square Barristers as a tenant on 2 December 2020.
The Cautionary tale of the postman, the application for relief and not enough money? Diriye v Bojaj  EWCA Civ 1400
The case has been touted as a boon for Defendants. However, it can also be seen as providing invaluable guidance for Claimants and their representatives which consolidates what is required of them when preparing a case based on impecuniosity so that they do not find themselves in the same unfortunate position.