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  • Alison Ogley Joins Kings Planning Team

    Alison Ogley Joins Kings Planning Team

    5 March 2015

    5th March 2015 Kings Chambers are delighted to announce that Alison Ogley has joined our planning team . Alison was formerly a planning solicitor at Walker Morris LLP. Chief Clerk Bill Brown said: "We warmly welcome Alison to Kings. Her previous experience as a solicitor makes...more


  • Nigel Poole QC to speak at Kings College London on Lord Saachi's Medical Innovation Bill

    Nigel Poole QC to speak at Kings College London on Lord Saachi's Medical Innovation Bill

    4 March 2015

    4th March 2015 Nigel Poole QC is speaking at a debate on Lord Saatchi's Medical Innovation Bill at King's College London on 4 March 2015. Professor Sir Michael Rawlins, Chair of the Medicines...more


  • New Edition of Judicial Review: Law and Practice

    New Edition of Judicial Review: Law and Practice

    4 March 2015

    4th March 2015 New Edition of Judicial Review: Law and Practice The second edition of Judicial Review: Law and Practice by The Hon Mrs Justice Patterson DBE and Sam Karim was published this week. The new edition has been extensively rewritten to provide practitioners with a...more


  • Aero Toxicity

    Aero Toxicity

    2 March 2015

    2nd March 2015 Michael Rawlinson QC has been retained by the Westgate family in the forthcoming inquest regarding the death of the pilot Richard Westgate allegedly from inhaling toxic fumes whilst...more


  • Bar Council Bar Placement week

    Bar Council Bar Placement week

    2 March 2015

    2nd March 2015 Kings Chambers was delighted to host five sixth form students as part of the Bar Council's Bar Placement week. The placements are for high achieving students from less affluent backgrounds. This is the second year in which the scheme has operated in Manchester and Leeds. At...more


  • Kings Chambers in successful s288 High Court Challenge for Cheshire East Council

    Kings Chambers in successful s288 High Court Challenge for Cheshire East Council

    26 February 2015

    26th February 2015 The High Court yesterday handed down judgment in Cheshire East Council v SOSCLG and Richborough Estates. This is an important judgment in understanding the relationship between...more


  • N v Governors of Driffield School and Sixth Form and East Riding of Yorkshire Council

    N v Governors of Driffield School and Sixth Form and East Riding of Yorkshire Council

    25 February 2015

    25th February 2015 Colin Bourne successfully appealed against the Judgment of the employment tribunal that had found the Claimant’s dismissal to be indirect discrimination on grounds of race...more


  • Dr M v United Lincolnshire Hospital Trust

    Dr M v United Lincolnshire Hospital Trust

    25 February 2015

    25th February 2015 Colin Bourne successfully defended a claim brought by a Consultant Physician in which he alleged that he had been discriminated against because of his visual impairment, that the...more


  • The saddest case of all

    The saddest case of all

    24 February 2015

    24th February 2015 The High Court was called upon to declare a 19 month old Saudi child dead and to order his disconnection from a ventilator at Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital. Sitting until...more


  • Now legal aid withheld from a vulnerable adult without litigation capacity

    Now legal aid withheld from a vulnerable adult without litigation capacity

    18 February 2015

    18th February 2015 The Upper Tribunal has ruled in an important case concerning the rights of a detained patient who may lack litigation capacity and whether a welfare deputy can withdraw his...more


  • Sir Maurice Kay joins Kings Chambers

    Sir Maurice Kay joins Kings Chambers

    16 February 2015

    Monday 16th February 2015 Kings Chambers are delighted to welcome Sir Maurice Kay to chambers. Sir Maurice recently retired from the Court of Appeal and joins chambers specifically in the capacity of Arbitrator in our Kings Arbitration team. Sir Maurice continues to sit periodically in...more


  • Sarah Clover successfully Appeals Prohibition Order in Minerals Case

    Sarah Clover successfully Appeals Prohibition Order in Minerals Case

    11 February 2015

    This was a rare and complex appeal against a Prohibition Order imposed by Oxford County Council prohibiting the winning and working of minerals. The issues concerned the validity of the Environmental Statement submitted with the original application for review of an old mineral...more


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