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.
We are delighted that Miss Victoria Rose has accepted an invitation to join Chambers and return to Nottingham.
Fergus Malone, instructed by Bhatia Best solicitors, appealed the imposition of an extended sentence.
Congratulations to all those students from the NTU Bar Training Course who the made final of the No. 1 High Pavement Advocacy Competition. The final took place last night and was judged by HHJ Smith QC.
Peter Joyce QC and Lucky Thandi, instructed by East Midlands CPS, appeared for the Crown in the case of a murder that took place in the heart of Nottingham City Centre.
Sarah Phelan, instructed by Leicestershire CPS, appeared for the Crown at Leicester Crown Court for the sentencing of a man who harassed a BBC reporter.
Thomas Welshman, instructed by Northamptonshire CPS, appeared for the Crown at Northampton Crown Court
in a case of controlling and coercive behaviour.
Phillip Plant, instructed by the East Midlands CPS, prosecuted a man whose driving led to the death of his son.