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 Edward Henry KC of Mountford Chambers – Available to provide expert legal commentary on topics and issues of the day.

Edward Henry KC of Mountford Chambers is a highly experienced legal commentator for TV, radio, online articles, and newspapers who is representing 5 former...

Louis Browne KC appears in criminal injuries compensation case examining life expectancy

Louis Browne KC from Exchange Chambers appeared before the First Tier Tribunal - Criminal Injuries Compensation, representing the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority and also...

The international law elephant in the  unilateral sanctions room.

    By Anna Rubbi,  Guernica 37 Chambers How do UK sanctions against Russia measure up against international law, and the principles of state sovereignty and non-intervention...

Bar Council media briefing: MoJ statistics

Bar Council media briefing Thursday 28 March 2024 Ministry of Justice statistics   The latest quarterly Ministry of Justice official statistics on were published today (Thursday 28...

EAPs struggling to meet mental health needs of employees – a response to the BBC report

The recent BBC investigation into Employee Assistance Providers (EAPs), has forced organisations within the legal industry to evaluate how they are supporting employee mental...

The Bar Standards Board publishes our 2024-2025 Business Plan

The Bar Standards Board (BSB) has today published our  annual Business Plan which explains what we shall be doing during 2024-25 to take forward our...

4PB welcomes Rachael Kelsey

 4PB is proud to announce that Rachael Kelsey, the current President of the International Academy of Family Lawyers (IAFL) and internationally renowned Scottish family lawyer, has accepted...

Hadley v Przybylo – Court of Appeal judgment handed down – significant win for claimants 

The much-awaited judgment in Hadley v Przybylo has been handed down today. "The point determined was one of potentially real significance to the manner in which catastrophic injury claims...

Matt Hutchings KC on a year of moonlighting as a climate activist while practising as a lawyer

Around a year ago, I became involved with a group of lawyers who were determined to do something about the climate and ecological crises....

Neurodiversity and Mental Health

  Neurodiversity and neurodivergence are increasingly central to discussions about workplace inclusion and employee support, particularly in the legal industry where autism, ADHD and other...

New data on wellbeing at the Bar

Today the Bar Council has published the Wellbeing at the Bar Report 2024. The data shows some improvements in wellbeing at the Bar. Dr Darren...

Cross-examination report calls for improvements in technology and training to support vulnerable witnesses

Poor technology, trial delays and insufficient training are hampering efforts to make cross-examination less distressing for vulnerable and intimidated witnesses (VIWs) and achieve best...

Bullying and Respect at Work

Genuine equality requires that all people be protected from harassment at work whatever their personal characteristics. Currently the law offers better protection to some...

Why should the Bar care about remote working?

By Serena K. Sekhon, barrister, No5 Chambers   In some ways, the self-employed Bar was the original remote working profession. Well before the days of CVP...

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