New Court Covid-19 Bulletin

The Family Court is having to adapt rapidly to the challenges presented by the recent public health crisis, as are those of us who work within it. Here we draw together members of chambers' recent experience of remote hearings, references to the current guidance for family practitioners and a summary of what New Court Chambers can offer to facilitate remote hearings and conferences.

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Re I – Three New Court Members Appear in Court of Appeal

Leslie Samuels QC, Kyri Lefteri and Saiqa Chaudhry all appeared recently in the Court of Appeal recently on a successful appeal considering the use of Child Assessment Orders.

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Chambers & Partners 2020

New Court Chambers has been ranked again by Chambers & Partners as a leading set for family law in the 2020 edition of its directory.

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New Members – Kezia Kernighan and Niamh Daly

Following successful completion of their pupillages, we are delighted that Kezia Kernighan and Niamh Daly have accepted offers of tenancy in chambers with effect from 7 October 2019.

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Welcome to our New Pupils

We are delighted to welcome two new pupils to chambers, who begin their 12-month pupillages from 7 October 2019.

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New Court Hosts HASTE Charity Quiz

On 12 September 2019 New Court hosted a special pub quiz at The Devereaux Pub in favour of the HASTE charity.

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June 2019 Newsletter

The New Court Newsletter returns this month with a brand new editor, Jemimah Hendrick.

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Saiqa Chaudhry in Court of Appeal

Saiqa Chaudhry appeared successfully in the Court of Appeal last week in a hearing which resulted in the matter being remitted for rehearing.

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Kayleigh Long Appointed as Deputy District Judge

New Court Chambers is delighted to announce that Kayleigh Long has been appointed as a Deputy District Judge on the South Eastern Circuit.

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