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Blogs & Briefings    29/7/2021

Zachary Bredemear elected as Governing Bencher of the Inner Temple

Congratulations to Zachary Bredemear who has been elected as a Barrister Governing Bencher of the Inner Temple. Benchers are senior members of the Inn, responsible for the Inn’s governance and education and training activity. View the list of newly elected Governing Benchers

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Blogs & Briefings    26/7/2021

Sarah Prager admitted to Admiralty Court Users' Committee

Sarah Prager has been co-opted to the Admiralty Court Users’ Committee as a representative of the personal injury Bar. Sarah, who is joined by 3 Hare Court’s Asela Wijeyaratne and Linda Nelson of 9 Gough Chambers, will be liaising with the Users’ Committee and PIBA on behalf of personal injury practitioners issuing proceedings out of

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1CL Webinar: How to Get the Most out of your Barrister

Thursday
19
August

In this webinar, Sarah Prager of 1 Chancery Lane and Christopher Deacon of Stewarts will be discussing how to get the most out of your barrister. They will be covering: When to brief a barrister What information you need to provide How to choose a barrister What to do if you and your barrister disagree.

1CL Webinar: Claims for Deliberate Acts under the Package Travel and Linked Travel Arrangements Regulations 2018

Thursday
5
August

In this webinar Sarah Prager and Conor Kennedy will be discussing the law relating to claims for assaults and other deliberate acts under the 2018 Regulations, particularly in the light of the decision in X v Kuoni, due to be handed down by the Supreme Court on 30th July. Will the decision in X v

1CL Webinar: From Exodus 21:28 -29 to the Animals Act 1971: horses, cattle and dogs

Tuesday
20
July

In this webinar Matthew Chapman QC and Thomas Yarrow survey the key cases on the modern law of animals. They consider: Horse cases (under section 2(2) of the 1971 Act and in negligence); Straying animals (cattle); Naughty dogs. View the slides – From Exodus to the Animals Act 1971 – Horses, Cattle and Dogs

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