Category Chambers news

Kings Chambers & Simpson Millar instructed to challenge the Government’s 10pm hospitality Curfew

Leading barristers at Kings Chambers, including Sam Karim QC, Sarah Clover and Leo Charalambides, along with Dan Rosenberg of Simpson Millar Solicitors have been instructed by Jeremy Joseph of G-A-Y, the iconic club at Heaven in Charing Cross, to challenge the latest round of coronavirus restrictions affecting particularly those in the hospitality and entertainment industry. The pre-action protocol for judicial review has […]

KINGS CHAMBERS VIRTUAL OPEN DAY 2020 & VIRTUAL MINI-PUPILLAGE EVENT

Kings Chambers is holding a Virtual Open Day on the 15th October 2020.  It is open to lawyers and non-lawyers, pre and post-university. The event will follow on from the Kings Chambers “Open Day” on the 15th October 2020 which will be open to all those who wish to participate (subject to our IT limit) and will take […]

THE VALUES OF COLLABORATION AND SOLIDARITY: RUNNING A CHAMBERS THROUGH THE CORONAVIRUS CRISIS

Head of chambers Nigel Poole QCwrites on how Chambers has adapted to the challenges caused by coronavirus. * Lawyers are nothing if not adaptable. On 27 February my chambers purchased additional hand sanitisers and issued advice about travel abroad. By Monday 23 March all barristers and staff had moved entirely to home working and we […]

TALES FROM THE HOME FRONT: WELCOME PARTY FOR NEW MEMBERS (DEALING WITH SOCIAL ISOLATION)

On Friday Kings held a long-planned welcome  party for new members of chambers.  As it turned out this was a party with a difference…     We wanted to welcome new (or newish) members Gerard McDermott QC, Gordon Exall, Elliot Kay,  and Jasmine Chan,  ZOOMING IN ON SKILLS Of course, in this day and age, […]