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May 2019

Aidan Ellis, Juliet Wells and others brief the press on the death of Alia Abdulnoor

On 30 May 2019, Juliet Wells joined a panel of human rights lawyers and experts chaired by Aidan Ellis, to brief members of the press including the BBC, Al Jazeera and Middle East Eye on the legal and political implications…

Aidan Ellis, Juliet Wells and others brief the press on the death of Alia Abdulnoor

James Laughland secures award worth £6.5m in MIB claim

James Laughland, instructed by Natasha Fairs of Irwin Mitchell, has secured an award worth £6.5m for a motorcyclist injured by an untraced driver. The Applicant, riding a motorcycle in 2008, was struck with such force by a van that he…


Urgent Communication submitted to UN Special Rapporteur on Extra-judicial, summary or arbitary Executions

Rodney Dixon KC, counsel for jailed Moroccan journalist Toufik Bouachrine, assisted by Rhys Davies, have submitted an urgent request to Dr. Agnes Callamard, the UN Special Rapporteur investigating the killing of Jamal Khashoggi to obtain and examine Mr. Bouachrine’s mobile…


Paraplegic claimant secures a settlement of £1.65m after a second catastrophic Road Traffic Accident

Simon Browne QC, instructed by Andrew Dalton of White Dalton Motor Cycle Solicitors settled the Claimant’s claim for £1.65 million following an RTA in 2014. The Claimant was already paraplegic as the result of a previous RTA in 2008. The…


High Court MoD costs success for Louis Browne QC

Louis Browne QC from Temple Garden Chambers has successfully acted for the Ministry of Defence in a High Court costs case. In Allan Campbell v Ministry of Defence (2019) the Court was required to determine who should pay the costs…


Nick Chapman, Sian Reeves and Emily Wilsdon appointed to the Equality and Human Rights Commission Panel

TGC are delighted to announce that Nicholas Chapman, Sian Reeves and Emily Wilsdon have been recommended for appointment to the Equality and Human Rights Commission’s panel of Counsel: England and Wales.  Nicholas Chapman has been appointed to the A Panel,…


London Bridge Inquests

The inquests arising from the deaths in the London Bridge and Borough Market terror attack on 3 June 2017 started yesterday in front of the Chief Coroner, His Honour Judge Mark Lucraft KC in Court 1 at the Central Criminal…


ICC Appeals Chamber hears landmark appeal

Rodney Dixon QC appeared this week before the ICC Appeals Chamber on behalf of the Government of the Comoros. The ICC Prosecutor had appealed against the Pre-Trial Chamber’s ruling in judicial review proceedings in favour of the Comoros that the…


Infected Blood Inquiry

The Infected Blood Inquiry has begun its first evidence phase. Nicholas Moss and Emma Price represent the Department of Health and Social Care, along with Catherine Dobson, and are led by Eleanor Grey QC. The Inquiry has started to hear…





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