Olivia Checa-Dover presents police misconduct case involving the sexual assault of a vulnerable woman.
Miss A met Officer J in 2004 when she was the victim of crime. Officer J became the officer in charge of her case and, upon the criminal investigation concluding, […]Read more ›
June Venters KC, leading Edward Johnson, successfully represented a Local Authority at a finding of fact hearing which concerned life-threatening injuries, inflicted on multiple occasions, to a very young child. […]Read more ›
Adam appeared for the Chief Constable in a cash forfeiture application under Proceeds of Crime Act 2002. The cash was seized as part of an investigation by Yorkshire and Humber […]Read more ›
Chambers is pleased to announce that Manisha Marwaha has been appointed as a Fee-paid Judge of the First Tier Tribunal, assigned to the Immigration and Asylum Chamber, by the Senior […]Read more ›
Christine Egerton has been appointed as a Fee-paid Judge of the First-tier Tribunal, assigned to the Health, Education and Social Care Chamber. She will be sitting in the Mental Health […]Read more ›
Manisha Marwaha successfully represents a Local Authority before the High Court in international public law proceedings
In public law proceedings with an international dimension, Manisha Marwaha successfully represented a Local Authority with parents and carers identified from numerous different jurisdictions including Sri Lanka. The case involved […]Read more ›
KBW Chambers are very sad to announce the death of Francis Radcliffe a former member of Chambers after a period of illness. Francis had a career at the Bar and […]Read more ›
- Olivia Checa-Dover presents police misconduct case involving the sexual assault of a vulnerable woman.
- June Venters KC, leading Edward Johnson, successfully represents a Local Authority
- Adam Keenaghan successful in application for forfeiture of £83,015 in seized cash
- Virtual Pupillage Open Evening at KBW
- Pupillage at KBW Chambers