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RT @WeAreAdvocate: (3/3) These fantastic chambers took on #probono in the first two weeks of September: @OneHareCourt @outertemple (2) @p…

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We are sorry to announce that our planned Criminal Team seminar at Aspire on 2 October will not go ahead. We will reschedule the seminar for Spring 2022. https://t.co/Y7TfCrAdJk #PSQB https://t.co/coO05VzuoB

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Harry Dyson starts his second six pupillage today. Harry is now available to be instructed in commercial, chancery, employment, civil fraud, personal injury and criminal matters. #PSQB #secondsixpupil #pupil https://t.co/jgdqAmi0Do

The long awaited judgment from the CoA in the conjoined appeals of Re H-N, Re T, Re H and Re B-B is here

The long awaited judgment from the CoA in  the conjoined appeals of Re H-N, Re T, Re H and Re B-B is here! There’s fresh guidance on how our courts should be approaching private law cases where domestic abuse is alleged. Of particular interest is its emphasis on coercive and controlling behaviour and the limits of schedules in this regard. This is a “must-read” for anyone grappling with Scott Schedules in a private law case.

 

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