Last weekend, in the late summer almost as it turned to autumn, we celebrated - well over a year late - the 30th anniversary of the formation of No. 1 High Pavement Chambers.
No.1 High Pavement Chambers wish Justin Wigoder the very happiest of retirements as he winds down his practice.
Luc Chignell, instructed by Northamptonshire CPS, appeared for the Crown and prosecuted 3 people with theft of 480 prams from a parked lorry.
Andrew Fitch-Holland, instructed by the East Midlands Crown Prosecution Service, appeared for the Crown and prosecuted a Nottingham man who was involved in an attempted "Cash for Crash" fraud.
Esther Harrison, instructed the East Midlands Crown Prosecution Service, appeared for the Crown and prosecuted a Derby man who was caught trying to smuggle four illegal immigrants into the UK in his car.
Congratulations to all who took part and to the members of Chambers who participated in the the Bar v Solicitors cricket match competing for the Radford Cup.
David Outterside defended a young mother whose driving led to the death of her 3 year old daughter and a teenage cousin as well as the serious injury of 4 other people.
We are pleased to announce that Miss Lauren Fisher has accepted an invitation to join Chambers.
Andy Peet, instructed by the Crown Prosecution Service, appeared for the Crown and prosecuted a former Lincolnshire PCSO who had been found with a homemade bomb and weapons.
Justin Wigoder & Luc Chignell were instructed by Messrs Khan Solicitors for the defence in a case of modern slavery.