News

Tom Gilbart has successfully defended a police officer in Police Misconduct Proceedings

19th March, 2021

Having cross-examined the witnesses called by the police authority, Tom made a successful submission of no case which resulted in the disputed charges being dismissed at the conclusion of the police authority’s case.

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Emma Greenhalgh and Kate Pye-Jones provide Family & Mental Health Public Law update

17th March, 2021

The Manchester Civil Justice Centre Family Division have placed their thanks to 9 St John Street's Emma Greenhalgh and Kate Pye-Jones for their seminar.

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Matthew Snarr considers the law of sentencing for civil contempt in personal injury cases

16th March, 2021

Matthew Snarr considers the practice and procedure for sentencing in civil contempt cases arising out of personal injury litigation.

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9 St John Street are delighted to announce Dr Edward Morgan has been officially sworn in as Queens Counsel

16th March, 2021

9 St John Street is delighted to announce that Dr Edward Morgan was officially sworn in as Queens Counsel on Monday 15 March 2021.

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Tom Gilbart represents Police in Article 2 Inquest

5th March, 2021

Tom Gilbart has represented a police force in a death in custody case heard by a jury.

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Nicholas Clarke QC and Alison Heyworth secure convictions in a Gross Negligence Manslaughter case

25th February, 2021

The 2 defendants were convicted after a 4-week trial at the Lowry Theatre, sitting as a “Nightingale Court”.

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Members of the criminal team speak to ULaw students about life at the criminal Bar

3rd February, 2021

Jaime Hamilton QC, Helen Longworth, and Adam White were pleased to speak to students interested in a career at the criminal Bar last week as part of a series of careers events for students at the University of Law.

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Assunta Del Priore acted for the successful respondent in Riann Duvenage v NSL Ltd, UKEATS/0002/20/SS before the Scottish EAT

1st February, 2021

Does a party bringing a strike-out application in the Employment Tribunal have a right to elect an oral hearing of the application?

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Robert Lassey succeeds in Employment Tribunal on CBD issue

1st February, 2021

In the case of Clarke v BAE Systems Marine Limited [2020] UKET 2410629/2019, Robert Lassey was successful in getting all the claims dismissed.

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Adam White accepts offer of Tenancy

1st February, 2021

It is with great pleasure to announce that Adam White has accepted an offer of tenancy having successfully completed his pupillage under the supervision of Robert Smith.

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