The proper scope of the Tort of Misuse of Private Information: Positive Acts, Data Security and Costs implications.
Frequently a claim arising out of a potential data breach is accompanied by parallel claims alleging that there has also been a Misuse of Private
A Manchester QC from Kings Chambers has been selected as part of a crack team of experts tasked with promoting UK legal services in the
To the public at large, a barrister has a magnificent capacity to shape an outcome. Inspiring decision-makers with stories, facts and vocal dynamics that carry
With Covid jabs seemingly set to become compulsory for NHS staff in England from next April, an employment law barrister is warning that we are
Advocate marked its 25th anniversary in style by honouring members of the Bar who have gone above and beyond for pro bono at its prestigious awards
Sir Geoffrey Vos has vowed to “radically rethink” civil justice, saying the UK legal system “needs to be ambitious in terms of digitalisation if it is to
Following the news that the criminal justice system will receive additional funding to tackle the Crown Court’s backlog of cases, the leader of the Midland
Rachel Bale and Nasreen Shah seek to address key issues that women barristers face whilst practising at the Bar through their new Hub… Her Bar is
Introduction In September 2021, Wayne Couzens was sentenced to life imprisonment with a whole life order in accordance with section 321(3) of the Sentencing Act
New Member Adding “Academic Lustre” to Addington Chambers: Virtual barristers Chambers now totals seventeen in little over a year.
London, Addington Chambers, the “virtual” international barristers’ chambers specialising in tax and revenue law and related Chancery and Commercial matters, has further expanded the number of
Exchange Chambers has continued its fast-paced expansion with the arrival of Richard McLean as a new member. Richard, who was called to the Bar in
11 new Social Mobility Advocates announced for 2021/22 A new group of barristers from across England and Wales, known as Social Mobility Advocates, join the Bar
Responding to today’s publications of the criminal justice statistics for Q2 2021 which showed the Crown Court backlog has increased yet again to more than 60,000 cases
As part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, charity Breast Cancer Now is challenging barristers and lawyers to join the UK’s biggest legal sector cycle race,