News and Events

Andrew Langdon QC & Alistair Haggerty are speaking at the upcoming Bristol HSLA event

15 Apr, 2019
The HSLA will be running a talk hosted at Osborne Clarke offices in Bristol on Thursday 9th May.

Malcolm Warner successful in the Court of Appeal in dispute

Malcolm Warner successful in the Court of Appeal in dispute

12 Apr, 2019
Malcolm Warner, led by Joanne Wicks QC, successful in the Court of Appeal in dispute over enforceability of alleged fencing easement (Haddock v Churston [2019] EWCA Civ 544).

Seven members appointed to the list of specialist regulatory advocates in Health & Safety and Environmental Law

29 Mar, 2019
We are delighted to announce that seven members of our team have been appointed to the list of specialist regulatory advocates in Health and Safety and Environmental Law.

From next week Miriam Manning and Nicholas Evans are available to take instructions

From next week Miriam Manning and Nicholas Evans are available to take instructions

29 Mar, 2019
From Monday 1st April pupils, Miriam Manning and Nicholas Evans, will be on their feet and available to take instructions.

Nicholas Lee is now available for instructions

28 Mar, 2019
Nick has been with the Crime team since October 2018 and has seen a wide range of defence and prosecution work with pupil supervisor Mary Cowe.

Sport Resolutions seminar in association with Guildhall Chambers

Sport Resolutions seminar in association with Guildhall Chambers

12 Mar, 2019
On Wednesday 13th March, Sport Resolutions, in association with Guildhall Chambers, is holding its third seminar of 2019.

James Bennett has been appointed as an Area Coroner

James Bennett has been appointed as an Area Coroner

6 Mar, 2019
Chambers is pleased to announce that James Bennett has been appointed as an Area Coroner by the Chief Coroner and Lord Chancellor.

Corporate manslaughter and the hand of senior management

Corporate manslaughter and the hand of senior management

5 Mar, 2019
Following farm manager George Perrott's gross negligence manslaughter acquittal last month, the defence team for his employer offer their thoughts on the issues raised during the case.

Julian Allsop & Debbie Grennan to speak at the ELA Solent Employment Law Conference 2019

12 Feb, 2019
Julian Allsop and Debbie Grennan will both be speaking at the ELA Solent Employment Law Conference taking place in Southampton on Friday 1st March.

Christopher Quinlan QC chaired an Expert Review Panel to produce an Independent report published today by The LTA

Christopher Quinlan QC chaired an Expert Review Panel to produce an Independent report published today by The LTA

25 Jan, 2019
Christopher Quinlan QC chaired an Expert Review Panel to undertake a wide-ranging independent review into the events at Wrexham Tennis Club and produce an Independent report published today by The LTA.

Louise Jones provides a case analysis for Lexis Nexis

Louise Jones provides a case analysis for Lexis Nexis

18 Jan, 2019
Louise Jones provides a case analysis in the case of Coroner for the Birmingham Inquests (1974) v Hambleton and others [2018] EWCA Civ 2081.

We are pleased to be supporting the Western Circuit's Women's Forum event on Friday 8th March

17 Jan, 2019
We are pleased to be supporting the Western Circuit Women's Forum event 'Women in law - Support, Retention, Progression'.

We are delighted to welcome Philip Alden as Senior Practice Manager

We are delighted to welcome Philip Alden as Senior Practice Manager

11 Jan, 2019
We are pleased to welcome Philip Alden to Guildhall as Senior Practice Manager within our civil clerking team.

James Hannant acting for Neath Rugby RFC, successfully opposed a winding up petition

James Hannant acting for Neath Rugby RFC, successfully opposed a winding up petition

7 Dec, 2018
Wales' oldest rugby club, Neath Rugby RFC, has successfully opposed a winding up petition heard by HHJ Keyser QC.

Katie Gibb comments on Orton and Others v Towcester Racecourse Company Limited (in administration)

Katie Gibb comments on Orton and Others v Towcester Racecourse Company Limited (in administration)

4 Dec, 2018
Katie Gibb comments on what lessons can be learned from this case and considers the implications for insolvency lawyers.

Ewan Paton has been appointed a part-time Judge of the First Tier Tribunal, Property Chamber (Land Registration)

Ewan Paton has been appointed a part-time Judge of the First Tier Tribunal, Property Chamber (Land Registration)

23 Nov, 2018
Ewan Paton has been appointed a part-time Judge of the First Tier Tribunal, Property Chamber (Land Registration) - formerly (until 2013) the Adjudicator to HM Land Registry.

Caighli Taylor speaks about what junior barristers are making of the issues facing the profession

Caighli Taylor speaks about what junior barristers are making of the issues facing the profession

23 Nov, 2018
Caighli Taylor spoke with The Times Law's in advance of this Saturday's Annual Bar Conference about what junior barristers are making of the issues facing the profession.

Brittany Pearce successfully resisted an application for alteration arising out of the Applicants' alleged adverse possession of the disputed land

Brittany Pearce successfully resisted an application for alteration arising out of the Applicants' alleged adverse possession of the disputed land

14 Nov, 2018
Brittany recently appeared on behalf of the Respondent in the Property Chamber of the First Tier Tribunal. She successfully resisted an application for alteration arising out of the Applicants’ alleged adverse possession of the disputed land.

Mary Cowe considers the human cost of digital justice for defendants in Counsel Magazine

2 Oct, 2018
There's nothing inherently wrong with cost saving but some things simply deserve to be done face-to-face. Mary Cowe examines the impact of video links outside trial.