Monthly Archives: March 2021

New Tenants


Chambers is delighted to announce that, on the successful completion of their pupillage, our 4 exceptional pupils have all accepted offers of a tenancy in chambers. Welcome to 2BR to…

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Jim Sturman QC Sports Law


Jim (instructed by Stephen Sampson of Squire Patton Boggs) acted for 5 players from Rangers FC who pleaded guilty to being in breach of SFA Rules in relation to Covid…

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2 Bedford Row has gone Green


As part of Chambers’ ongoing drive to reduce its carbon footprint, we are proud to have joined the Bar Sustainability Network launched by the Bar Council earlier this month. In…

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2 Bedford Row holds remote mini-pupillage workshops for those who have missed the opportunity to come to chambers as a result of Covid-19


Chambers has just completed a four-part series of remote workshops to assist those who had been successful in obtaining mini pupillages but unable to complete them due to the pandemic. …

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Anand Beharrylal QC leads in successful appeal in the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council


Anand Beharrylal QC led in a wrongful arrest and false imprisonment appeal against the Attorney General of Trinidad and Tobago for a then soldier of the Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force (‘TTDF’) who had…

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Webinar on Modern Slavery – 21 April at 6.15pm


On 21st April 2021, we will be hosting a Modern Slavery Webinar which will run as a panel session. We are fortunate to be joined by Dame Sara Thornton QBE PM,…

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New Year’s Day machete attack verdicts


Louise Sweet QC secured not guilty verdicts for a County Tyrone man facing four counts of Attempted Murder and Grievous Bodily Harm. The incident involved a violent attack by several…

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Chris Saad appointed to Sport Resolutions’ Panel of Arbitrators and Mediators


Sport Resolutions is a UK-based independent, dispute resolution service for sport operating globally, offering arbitration, mediation, tribunal and expert opinion. Chris has been appointed to the arbitration and safeguarding panels,…

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Stan Reiz QC successful in contested fitness to be tried hearing in care home murder case


Stan Reiz QC instructed by Frank and James O’Toole of John Fowlers Solicitors, represented JT who was charged with the murder of another resident at an Essex care home. JT…

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Quentin Hunt and Rhys Rosser discharge POCA Account Freezing Order.


Quentin Hunt and Rhys Rosser acted on a Direct Public Access basis by a Limited Company and an Interested Party in a case involving the discharge of an Account Freezing…

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