21 March 2017
High Court considers the definition of the River Thames
On 21 March 2017 the High Court handed down judgment in Environment Agency v. Barrass and others, a case concerning the definition of the River Thames. In particular, the Court considered whether...
17 February 2017
Top 10 set for Supreme Court appearances in 2016
We are delighted to have been recognised by The Lawyer Magazine as one of the top 10 sets in the country in terms of frequency of appearances before the Supreme Court in 2016. Seven of our members...
20 January 2017
Attorney General's 'C' Panel (Civil)
Chambers is delighted to announce that Alistair Richardson and Katherine Hardcastle have been appointed to the Attorney General's 'C' Panel of Counsel to the Crown (Civil).
12 January 2017
Queen's Counsel Appointments
We congratulate Gareth Patterson, Jacob Hallam and Louis Mably on their appointments as Queen's Counsel.
30 November 2016
Brexit Briefing No. 5
In the fifth of our Brexit Briefings, we consider the implications of Brexit for the rights of victims of crime under EU law.
28 November 2016
2018 Pupillage Applications Open
Applications for pupillages starting in October 2018 should be made directly to Chambers using our application form. The deadline for applications is 24 February 2017. Further information about the...
24 November 2016
Brexit and the criminal justice system: speech to the annual GLS Prosecutors' Conference
At today's annual Government Legal Service Prosecutors' Conference, Rosemary Davidson joined a panel of speakers including the Solicitor General, HHJ Peter Rook and Professor David...
14 November 2016
Timetable announced for pupillage applications
We are pleased to announce the timetable for applications for pupillage starting in 2018. Applications open 28 November 2016 Application deadline 24 February 2017 First Round...
20 October 2016
Brexit Briefing No. 4 (Part 2)
In Part II of Brexit Briefing No. 4, we consider issues arising in respect of police cooperation and specifically the future of information sharing arrangements between EU and UK forces.
19 October 2016
Legal 500 Crime Set of the Year - Shortlist
We are delighted to announce that Chambers has been shortlisted for Crime Set of the Year at the upcoming Legal 500 UK Bar Awards 2017.
13 October 2016
Aftab Jafferjee QC joins Chambers
We are delighted to welcome Aftab Jafferjee QC as a new tenant in chambers. A former Senior Treasury Counsel, Aftab brings with him a first rate practice, prosecuting and defending in difficult and...
12 October 2016
Brexit Briefing No.4 (Part 1)
In the fourth of our Brexit Briefings (the first of two parts), we consider the future of UK/EU policing cooperation, in particular the relationship between UK and EU agencies and aspects of EU law...
8 October 2016
Chambers welcomes new members
We are delighted to announce three new tenants in Chambers and a new associate member. Sahil Sinha, Tom Williams, and Mohsin Zaidi join Chambers following successful completion of their...
19 September 2016
Chambers UK Bar Awards 2016
We are delighted to announce that 6KBW College Hill has been shortlisted for Crime Set of the Year at the Chambers UK Bar Awards 2016. We also extend our warmest congratulations to Simon Ray, who has...
15 September 2016
Jonathan Turner QC
It is with great sadness that we have to announce that Jonathan Chadwick Turner QC (always known as Jon) died on 14 September 2016, aged 65, after a long illness which, despite its severity, he faced...
15 September 2016
Senior District Judge (Chief Magistrate)
We extend our warmest congratulations to Emma Arbuthnot, a former member of chambers, on her appointment as Senior District Judge (the Chief Magistrate). Details of the appointment can be found...
9 September 2016
Extradition law - recent developments and the impact of Brexit
In an article published today in the Criminal Law Review, Rosemary Davidson, Ben Lloyd and Adam Payter examine the key developments in UK extradition law. The article reviews several significant...
5 September 2016
Brexit Briefing No. 3
In the third of our Brexit Briefings, we consider the impact of the decision to withdraw on the EU's regime of economic sanctions. It considers both the legal consequences of withdrawal and the...
13 July 2016
Brexit Briefing No. 2
In the second of our Brexit Briefings, we consider the implications for extradition: the impact of the withdrawal process and the options for post-EU extradition arrangements.
8 July 2016
Gross negligence manslaughter trial
A paediatric nurse is on trial for gross negligence manslaughter following the death of a 10-year-old girl at Weston General Hospital in 2012. Sarah Whitehouse QC and Adam Payter are...