We offer a rolling programme of seminars as well as providing regular briefing notes and other articles and updates as part of our Radcliffe Chambers Resource initiative for clients. All seminars are free of charge and are fully accredited by the Solicitors Regulation Authority. For full details please contact our Business Development and Marketing Manager: Tracey Fordham If you wish to attend any of our seminars please complete our registration form.
The Radcliffe Chambers Junior Practitioner Programme delivers a range of training workshops across our areas of practice and social events so you can ask those questions you may have previously been too afraid to ask of Counsel.
Our restructuring and insolvency team were recently commissioned to co-write the first edition of a new book aimed at providing the reader with a guide to litigation specific issues and procedures entitled “Insolvency Litigation: A Practical Guide.”
Adam Deacock, co-editor of the book will be introducing contributing members of the team who will provide brief insights into some of the key areas covered in the guide that
In this seminar Josh Lewison and Sophia Rogers will cover the topic of costs in trusts and probate litigation.
Josh will be talking about the trustee’s indemnity, Beddoe and Buckton orders and sharing strategies for dealing with hostile claims.
Sophia will explore costs in probate litigation, outlining the general rules, exceptions and dispelling myths regarding likely costs orders.
Litigation and dispute resolution can be daunting in your first few years of practice. What’s more, instructing Counsel can be a minefield. Instructing a barrister who has the necessary expertise but is also someone you can work with in pursuing your case to successful outcome is vital. We know that this can also be quite nerve-racking.
We are hosting our popular private client mock trial event on Thursday 16 March at Arundel House, Temple Place, London.
Join members of the Radcliffe Chambers Private Client Team for an interesting and thought provoking evening.
Marcus Flavin and Josh Lewison will argue an interim application for disclosure concerning an offshore trust arising in the context of a claim under the Inheritance Act 1975 in which Katherine McQuail and William Moffett will argue as a preliminary issue the question whether the Deceased’s partner qualifies as a Claimant.
Radcliffe Chambers’ Banking and Financial Services Team will be hosting their Banking and Financial Services Seminar from 5.30pm on Thursday 23 March 2017 at Arundel House, Temple Place, London. The focus of the event will be to look at
Our next Junior Programme event takes places on Thursday 27 April 2017 and will focus on commercial law.
Natalie Brown will be looking at some circumstances in which you may come across dissolved companies, what to do about it and some interesting questions that arise on restoration.
Tom Beasley will be talking about how to deal with exclusions clauses in contractual disputes. He will be looking at
Our next Junior Programme event takes places on Wednesday 17 May 2017 and will focus on pensions.
Henry Day hopes to discuss the British Airways plc v Airways Pension Scheme Trustee Ltd case which he was involved in last year with our Head of Chambers, Keith Rowley QC. Henry will provide a general overview, highlighting particular points of interest/significance in the decision. This is subject to the BA judgment being released on time. Alternatively, Henry will discuss his recent case of Buckinghamshire v Barnardo’s. Henry will talk about pension scheme indexation and revaluation (switching from RPI to CPI) plus the effect of section 67 of the Pensions Act 1995.
Dan Burton will be discussing the recent Court of Appeal decision in FDR Ltd. v Dutton.