Radcliffe Chambers Junior Programme Schedule 2023

In 2023 we will be offering a variety of in-person events and webinars of our Junior Programme! Our in-person events will have a short talk hosted by our junior barristers and will be followed by drinks and networking. We will host talks on a range of topics spanning all of our practice areas so our […]

Inheritance Tax – Indentifying Interests in Possession – Kate Selway KC

Kate Selway KC has successfully represented the taxpayers in the recent First Tier Tribunal decision of Hall v HMRC [2023] UKFTT 32 (TC) in an important case about occupation rights arising under a will and the nature of interests in possession for tax purposes. The issue was whether an interest in possession (IIP) for IHT […]

60-seconds with Sophia Rogers

Sophia Rogers features in the most recent edition of ThoughtLeaders4 Private Client Magazine. The article titled ’60-seconds with Sophia Rogers’ can be found on page four, here.

Occupation of Premises by a Charity for Charitable Purposes by Clive Moys

Clive Moys features in the most recent issue of Sweet & Maxwell’s Private Client Business. The 80% mandatory non-domestic rates relief enjoyed by a charitable body in occupation of a hereditament is a concession of considerable value and importance – Local Government Finance Act 1988, s. 43 (or s. 45, viz. an unoccupied hereditament). Both […]

Jonathan Edwards hosts a collection of webinars for MBL

Over the next five months, Jonathan Edwards will be presenting four different webinars in partnership with MBL (Management, Business, Law). These webinars will cover a range of topics in the private client sector including; wills, estates and proprietary estoppel. If  you would like to attend a webinar, please follow the links below: 13th July 2022 […]

King appoints Katherine McQuail to be a Master of the Chancery Division

We are pleased to announce that the King has appointed Katherine McQuail to be a Master of the Chancery Division with effect from 11 January! Katherine will be based at the Rolls Building, Royal Courts of Justice. Katherine was called to the Bar in 1989 and undertook pupillage at 11 Old Square (the Chambers of […]

Consequences of Cohabitation and Divorce: Till death do us part?

On Thursday 17th November, Daniel Burton and Emma Loizou presented a webinar on ‘Consequences of Cohabitation and Divorce: Till death do us part?’ In this webinar, Emma discusses options available for cohabiting partners where one partner has died intestate or has failed to leave sufficient provision in a will for the other. Daniel discusses conflicts […]