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Pupil Supervisors (3)

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 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.

Chambers welcomes New Tenant (2)

Chambers is pleased to welcome Islam Khan, formerly of 1 Inner Temple Lane, to Chambers. Islam will join the civil and criminal teams in Chambers. His criminal work includes both prosecuting and defending. He practises in all areas of civil law, with a particular expertise in immigration matters.

Chambers also welcomes Anthony Chapman as our new criminal clerk. Anthony, formerly of Kings Bench Godolphin, will start in the clerks' room on 16 May 2016.

 

Chambers welcomes New Tenant

Chambers is pleased to welcome Islam Khan, formerly of 1 Inner Temple Lane, to Chambers. Islam will join the civil and criminal teams in Chambers. His criminal work includes both prosecuting and defending. He practises in all areas of civil law, with a particular expertise in immigration matters.

Chambers also welcomes Anthony Chapman as our new criminal clerk. Anthony, formerly of Kings Bench Godolphin, will start in the clerks' room on 16 May 2016.

 

CBA Conference on Serious Sexual Offences

Jason Beal, Julia Cox and Sally Daulton attended the Criminal Bar Association Conference on Serious Sexual Offences on 7th May 2016 demonstrating Devon Chambers' continued commitment to ensuring the highest standards when prosecuting and defending in these cases. The conference focused upon substantive sexual offences, current prosecution initiatives, ground rule hearings and vulnerable witnesses, updates on bad character and hearsay in cases involving sexual offences, forensic and medical evidence and a review of the sentencing regimes.

Read more: CBA Conference on Serious Sexual Offences