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9 St John Street Criminal Team Bulletin - Issue 7

18th June, 2020

If you have stayed with us until issue seven then thank you and welcome! You may notice we have reduced our bulletin to once per fortnight as we all settle into our new way of working.

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Jaime Hamilton QC identifies gender brief gap

12th June, 2020

Jaime Hamilton QC gives his views to The Solicitors Journal on the disproportionate allocation of high profile cases amongst male and female lawyers.

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William Hamilton attends first in person fast track personal injury trial at Manchester Civil Justice Centre

10th June, 2020

On 9 June 2020 William Hamilton was instructed to attend one of the first personal injury trials to take place in person at the Manchester Civil Justice Centre following the easing of the lockdown...

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Chambers offers its congratulations to Kirsty McKinlay and Rachael Levene

9th June, 2020

Congratulations to Kirsty McKinlay for being appointed as a Deputy District Judge, and to Rachael Levene for being appointed a First Tier Tribunal Judge in the Health, Education and Social Care Chamber.

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9 St John Street Criminal Team Bulletin - Issue 6

3rd June, 2020

Issue 6 already?! Just as we start to get used to the new ways of working, the team find themselves focused on the tentative steps that the criminal justice system is taking towards re-opening its doors and resuming in-court work.

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Court Video Platform – 9 Tips from 9 St John Street

2nd June, 2020

Nigel Booth and Hayley Bennett have provided a useful document for consideration when using the new CVP application.

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Covid-19 and the extension of the custody time limit in the Crown Court: A Defence Perspective

2nd June, 2020

David Bruce looks at the impact of COVID-19 in relation to Custody Time Limits.

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Catherine Cundy appointed as a fee paid Judge of The Mental Health Tribunal

28th May, 2020

9 St John Street are delighted to announce that Catherine Cundy has been appointed as a Fee Paid Judge of the First Tier Tribunal (Health, Education and Social Care Chamber) and will sit in the Mental Health Tribunal.

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9 St John Street Criminal Team Bulletin - Issue 5

26th May, 2020

Welcome to the fifth in our series of weekly bulletins. We are all doing our best to find new ways of working effectively in these strange times.

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Stargazing Covid-19

22nd May, 2020

Matthew Snarr considers the implications of Covid-19 for the assessment of damages in personal injury litigation in a new article ‘Stargazing Covid-19’.

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