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Legal 500 (2016) Recommends Devon Chambers

Devon Chambers continues to be recommended in Legal 500 as a leading Western Circuit set.

"Devon Chambers is best known for its crime practice, which is divided evenly between defence and prosecution, but the group is also reputable for professional discipline and regulatory work, an area in which the group acts for environmental bodies. The set is also home to members covering civil and family law. Julie James is the key contact for clerking matters."

 Individual barristers recommended this year are Jason Beal, Joanna Martin, Piers Norsworthy, Rupert Taylor, Victoria Hoyle and Stuart Frampton.

 

The Archers Trial:Piers Norsworthy explains the case for the defence

Is Helen guilty or innocent?

Piers Norsworthy explains the case for the defence. Please click here to read it in The Radio Times.  

Pupil Supervisors

Many thanks to Sally Daulton and Emily Cook for attending the Western Circuit Pupil Supervisors Course last Saturday - maintaining Devon Chamber's commitment to training the next generation of barristers. 

 

Devon Chambers' Nicholas Bradley Speaks at The Solicitors Group LAW2016 Conference

Nicholas Bradley gave a presentation on Public Law Cases to the The Solicitors Group LAW2016 Family Conference, held at St Mellion International Resort.

The presentation was well received by delegates:

"...Your talk was very good, too many speakers seem to get bogged down in technicalities and don’t concentrate enough on the realities we have to deal with at the coalface"

Read more: Devon Chambers' Nicholas Bradley Speaks at The Solicitors Group LAW2016 Conference

Devon Chambers is pleased to welcome Anthony Chapman

Devon Chambers is pleased to welcome Anthony Chapman as the new criminal clerk. Anthony joins after 5 years with another local set where he grew from a junior clerk to the sole criminal clerk. He deals with all criminal law matters and started in Chambers on 16th May 2016.