Naomi McLoughlin discusses the case of Re F (A Child) (Fact-Finding Appeal) (2019) where Nicholas Stonor QC represented the Father.
Katie left her role as Receptionist at PSQB yesterday.
Howard Shaw has recently prosecuted the company operating a meat cutting plant for failure to remove vertebral column specified risk material from cattle.
Thomas is now a member of 9 Park Place Chambers in Cardiff following his relocation to South Wales.
Howard Shaw has recently prosecuted a company operating a slaughterhouse in Burnley and several operatives employed at the slaughterhouse following extensive abuse of sheep undergoing slaughter.
We are pleased to announce that Lorraine Harris has received her second appointment as Assistant Coroner.
Doublethink in the High Court: using a mobile phone whilst driving does not necessarily mean “using” it
Joseph Hudson discusses the case of DPP v Barreto  EWHC 2044 (Admin).
A 67 year old man, who was a Residential Care Officer at Throxenby Hall in Scarborough, has been cleared of a historic charge of indecent assault after the Trial Judge directed the jury to acquit, following legal submissions, at the close of the prosecution case.
We are delighted to be sponsoring the “Rising Star of the Year” category at the 2019 Yorkshire Law Awards.
Our Chancery Team offers legal expertise in a wide range of areas, and in particular Probate, Inheritance, Property law, Finance, Company and Commercial/Business law.
On Sunday morning John Batchelor joined over 25,000 participants in the 7th Prudentiual RideLondon.
The exercise of the ancient common law right to conduct a private prosecution has become a growth area in the last decade. A number of members of Park Square Barristers now receive instructions to advise and appear in court in this burgeoning area.