Christopher Kennedy KC appointed as a Deputy High Court Judge

26th February, 2024

Chambers are delighted to announce our Head of Chambers Christopher Kennedy KC has been appointed as a Deputy High Court Judge by the Lady Chief Justice of England and Wales.

Read More

Costs in the Employment Tribunal... a warning...

21st February, 2024

It's rare for the Tribunal to make a costs order against a Claimant and even rarer when that Claimant is unrepresented. However, if your claim is wholly without merit and you treat the Tribunal, the witnesses and the lawyers with contempt, then the Tribunal can and will exercise its powers to make an order for costs under rules 75 and 76 of the 2013 Regulations.

Read More

Louise Quigley successfully defends NHS Trust in Menopause discrimination claim

12th February, 2024

Louise successfully represented a NHS Trust in defeating a complex menopause sex and disability discrimination claim.

Read More

Ministry of Justice Proposal to Re-introduce Fees in the Employment Tribunal

9th February, 2024

Last week, the government published a consultation paper on the prospect of re-introducing fees in both the Employment Tribunal ('ET') and the Employment Appeal Tribunal ('EAT').

Read More

Exchange of Land

8th February, 2024

Edward Cousins of 9SJS Business and Property team discusses the enactment of the Commons Act 2006 and the introduction of comprehensive systems for the exchange of common land.

Read More

Chambers welcomes Leanne Jones back

5th February, 2024

9 St John Street Chambers welcomes back Leanne Jones today from maternity leave.

Read More

9 St John Street Business and Property team welcomes Edward Cousins

15th January, 2024

We are delighted to welcome Edward Cousins to our Business and Property Group. Edward is a well-known and distinguished property and planning barrister.

Read More

The Supreme Court hands down the ‘Paul’ case: Clinical Negligence secondary victims

12th January, 2024

Amy Rollings and Beth Caunce review this Supreme Court decision on claims brought by a close relative (a "secondary victim") for psychiatric injury caused by witnessing the death or immediate aftermath of a loved one (the "primary victim"), where the primary victim’s death was allegedly caused by the defendant’s earlier clinical negligence.

Read More

9SJS Pupils: What are we looking for in our six pupils?

10th January, 2024

Head of Pupillage and Tenancy, Amy Smith, talks through the key skills and qualities we are looking for in our search for six prospective pupils and how you might demonstrate these at interview.

Read More

Jennifer Ferrario appointed Legally Qualified Chair in Police Misconduct hearings

8th January, 2024

Chambers is delighted to announce that Jennifer Ferrario has recently been appointed as a Legally Qualified Chair in Police Misconduct hearings for the East Midlands and South Eastern regions.

Read More