Lisa Judge represented Royal Northern College of Music student charged with rape of a fellow student
Lisa Judge represented Royal Northern College of Music student charged with rape of a fellow student but who was acquitted after trial. The Prosecution case was heavily reliant upon
A team of members and staff from Deans Court Chambers completed the Manchester 10k on Sunday 20th May 2018, with the aim of raising £4000 for the Chloe Poole Legacy Fund.
Susan Grocott QC and Susan Deas in the Court of Appeal:
Elizabeth Dudley-Jones successfully prosecuted a GP for sexual misconduct towards another GP and practice manager at his surgery
Elizabeth Dudley-Jones successfully prosecuted a GP for sexual misconduct towards another GP and practice manager at his surgery. The doctor was found by to be impaired and suspended from
Peter Smith defends in Health and Safety case.
Sandwell MBC -v- Furniture Village Limited (“FV”) (2018) Wolverhampton Crown Court; HHJ Ward
An incident took place on the
On 1 April 2018 a new AGFS scheme came into effect covering all legally aided defence cases in the Crown Courts of England and Wales. The architecture of the scheme was
Peter Atherton invited to speak at the ASGBI Symposium in Liverpool on 10 May. The title is 'Candour without Fear, Culture, Law and Duty'
Elizabeth Dudley Jones is currently prosecuting a GP for sexually motivated misconduct against two women
Elizabeth Dudley-Jones (representing the General Medical Council) is currently prosecuting a GP for sexually motivated misconduct against two women.
Michael Jones and Rebecca Gregg involved in case heard by the President of the Family Divisions - Final Judgement
The President of the Family Division has handed down a final judgment in the case relating to X, which received significant media attention in 2017. Michael Jones represented the local