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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

Date: 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.

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)

Date: 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.

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

Date: 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.

Andrew Langdon QC honoured by the BLS awarding him with the "President's Outstanding Achievement Award"

Andrew Langdon QC honoured by the BLS awarding him with the "President's Outstanding Achievement Award"

Date: 25 Oct, 2018
Last night at the Bristol Law Society's Annual Awards Dinner, Andrew Langdon QC was presented with the "President's Outstanding Achievement award."

Sport Resolutions Interview Christopher Quinlan QC

Sport Resolutions Interview Christopher Quinlan QC

Date: 4 Oct, 2018
In their October newsletter Sport Resolutions published an interview with Christopher Quinlan QC, as part of its series "Getting to know our Panel".

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

Date: 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.

Vacancy to join our Property and Estates Team

Date: 17 Sep, 2018
Due to a vacancy arising within our busy Property and Estatesteam, we invite applications for tenancy from established practitioners of 10 - 20 years' call.

Ewan Paton successful on appeal in Wild Duck Limited v Smith [2018] EWCA Civ 1471

Ewan Paton successful on appeal in Wild Duck Limited v Smith [2018] EWCA Civ 1471

Date: 3 Jul, 2018
Ewan Paton, in his second successful Court of Appeal outing in recent weeks, acted for the successful Respondent in Wild Duck Limited v Smith [2018] EWCA Civ 1471, in which judgment was handed down on 27th June 2018.