Administrative & Public Law News

Brendon Moorhouse considers the role of an Inspector in a dredging licence appeal

Brendon Moorhouse considers the role of an Inspector in a dredging licence appeal

Date: 12 Jul, 2019
Brendon Moorhouse considers the role of an Inspector considering the environmental 'appropriate assessment' in a dredging licence appeal.

Brendon Moorhouse represents Gwent Wildlife Trust, Friends of the Earth, CPRW and the Woodland Trust

Brendon Moorhouse represents Gwent Wildlife Trust, Friends of the Earth, CPRW and the Woodland Trust

Date: 6 Jun, 2019
Brendon Moorhouse, head of our Public Law team, represented Gwent Wildlife Trust, Friends of the Earth, CPRW and the Woodland Trust in their successful opposition to the extension of the M4 motorway.

Louise Jones provides a case analysis for Lexis Nexis

Louise Jones provides a case analysis for Lexis Nexis

Date: 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.

Public Law / Court of Protection Recruitment

Date: 18 Jun, 2018
Guildhall Chambers is seeking to recruit enthusiastic practitioners to its Public Law and Court of Protection teams.

White Paper on the Brexit Great Repeal Bill - some points of interest

White Paper on the Brexit Great Repeal Bill - some points of interest

Date: 31 Mar, 2017
The Government has published its White Paper setting out how the Great Repeal Bill will bring about Brexit.

New amendments to the costs limits for environmental claims

New amendments to the costs limits for environmental claims

Date: 21 Mar, 2017
New amendments to the Civil Procedure Rules have made significant changes to the costs limits for environmental claims brought after 28 February 2017. Jorren Knibbe, a member of Guildhall Chambers' public law team, has explained the changes in a new article