News: October 2013

News of the World trial commences at the Old Bailey

The trial of eight defendants for allegations arising from the phone-hacking scandal, which led to the closure of the News Of...

30th October 2013

Court decides novel point on extradition and the mandatory death penalty

In Government of Ghana v Gambrah, extradition is sought for murder, an offence carrying the mandatory death penalty in Ghana....

23rd October 2013

ACPO commissioned report led by Hugh Davies QC leads to reform of child sexual offences protection orders

Click here to read the article from The Times. Click here to read the article from the BBC....

15th October 2013

The International Criminal Court rules that Abdullah al-Senussi can be tried in Libya

The International Criminal Court ("ICC") today ruled that the Libyan Government has won its challenge to the jurisdiction of...

11th October 2013

Rachel Kapila to speak on Transgender Athletes – 1st November 2013

Rachel Kapila is speaking at the 2013 "Contemporary Issues in Sports Law and Practice" conference at De Montfort Law School...

9th October 2013

Richard Wormald wins at Chambers Bar Awards

Congratulations to Richard Wormald: Crime Junior of the Year 2013.

4th October 2013

New Tenants – John Greany & Daniel Mansell

Chambers are delighted to announce that both John Greany and Daniel Mansell are now tenants of Three Raymond Buildings,...

3rd October 2013