Monthly Archives: March 2018


Chambers is delighted to announce that Kwaku Awuku-Asabre, Natalie Bird and Rhys Rosser have accepted invitations to become members of chambers at the conclusion of their pupillage and we wish them…

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Ian Stern QC appointed to the panel reviewing gross negligence manslaughter in healthcare

Ian Stern QC has been appointed Vice Chair of the panel reviewing gross negligence manslaughter in healthcare, Chaired by Professor Sir Norman Williams and announced by the Secretary of State…

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Richard Whittam QC appears in the BBC’s three part documentary: The Ruth Ellis Files: A Very British Crime Story

Richard was interviewed at 2 Bedford Row and filmed at the Old Bailey, where Ruth Ellis was tried for the murder of David Blakely.   The first episode looks at the…

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ITV documentary Rachel Nickell The Murder That Shocked the Nation

William Clegg QC and Jim Sturman QC both feature in a documentary on the case presented by Fiona Bruce on ITV at 9PM on Thursday 8th March 2018. Jim appeared…

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International Women’s Day 2018 – My Female Inspiration

Jess Ward   My Female Inspiration   When I decided on pursuing a career at the Criminal Bar, I was a young girl from a working class family that had…

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International Women’s Day 2018 – #PressforProgress

On 8th March 2018 International Women’s Day will celebrated around the world. This year’s theme is #PressforProgress. The World Economic Forum’s 2017 Global Gender Gap Report findings are that gender parity is…

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Surgeon David Sellu cleared by Medical Practitioners Tribunal

Ian Stern QC represented Mr. David Sellu the Consultant surgeon before the Medical Practitioners Tribunal, with regard to allegations relating to the same patient that led to his conviction which…

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