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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EVENT, 17.4.19: Nisa-Nashim Sisters In Law – Is Surrogacy Recognised in Jewish Law?

Is a child born via surrogacy to Jewish parents recognised as Jewish under Jewish Law? Please join Elissa Da Costa-Waldman, Raisa Saley, speaker Bianca Jackson and other members of Nisa-Nashim for an evening of interesting discussion and networking.

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Christopher Poole represents Local Authority in committal proceedings reported in the Guardian

Joint Head of Chambers, Christopher Poole, recently represented a Local Authority in committal proceedings reported by the Guardian newspaper.

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Pupillage Applications for 2019 Now Open

Chambers is pleased to announce that it is now accepting applications for pupillage, to commence in October 2019, via the Pupillage Gateway.

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Child Case Management Practice – Sabrina Polak

Sabrina Polak has contributed to the 3rd edition of 'Child Case Management Practice' which was published on 6 November 2018 by Family Law Lexis Nexis. 

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New Court Ranked Again in Chambers & Partners 2019

Chambers has again been recognised as a leading set for family law in the 2019 edition of Chambers & Partners.

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Christopher Poole & Giles Bain Ranked in Legal 500

We are delighted that Christopher Poole and Giles Bain have been ranked in the 2019 edition of Legal 500.

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Sam Prout Joins Chambers

Congratulations to Sam Prout who, having successfully completed pupillage in chambers, joins us as our newest tenant.

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