News

19th March, 2021

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

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.

In respect of the remaining allegations (which had been admitted) the Panel were persuaded that the matters were not discreditable and did not amount to gross misconduct.

Tom was instructed in this case by JMW Solicitors and regularly conducts regulatory and professional disciplinary work.

His regulatory CV can be found here.



Latest News...

9 St John Street welcomes Katie Walden and Gregory Lawton as they start their pupillage

4th October, 2022
Chambers are delighted to welcome Katie Walden and Gregory Lawton as they start their pupillages under the supervision of Simon Blakebrough and Laura D'Cruz respectively.

Unparalleled success for 9 St John Street in the Legal 500 2023 Directory

30th September, 2022
We are incredibly proud to report that 38 members of Chambers have been ranked across eight different practice areas in the Legal 500.

We are seeking applicants for a Criminal Clerk – Team Leader

27th September, 2022
A vacancy has arisen for a Criminal Clerk – Team Leader to join the team on a full-time basis.