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We had an excellent turnout for our Virtual Open Day last week, when barristers Paul Stagg, Ella Davis and Henk Soede, along with senior clerk Clark Chessis, spoke about life at 1CL and the Bar, as well as about pupillage, mini pupillage and diversity and inclusion. It was a very interactive session which gave aspiring


Regular readers will recall that the team was delighted, a couple of weeks ago, to report that 1CL has once again been nominated Barristers’ Chambers of the Year in the Personal Injury Awards 2021; this week we bring you news of our excellent rankings in Chambers and Partners, to be found here: 1 Chancery Lane,


In this webinar Sarah Prager and Ian Clarke will be discussing Data Protection. They will be covering: The Data Protection Act 2018 Processing principles Lawful processing Special category data Reasons for processing data Fairness and transparency Quantum – damages for distress Quantum – damages for breach of the Act The Human Rights Act 1998 Sarah


‘Will always go the extra mile for his clients and is a brilliant advocate.’ ‘Hugely experienced and excellent in every way. ‘ ‘A really brilliant barrister whose advocacy at a high level was very impressive.’ ‘Really excellent at getting to the heart of the case.’ ‘Responsive, super intelligent and understands very complex issues.’ These are


On Thursday 19 October the Financial Conduct Authority announced that Credit Suisse had been fined £147m and undertaken to forgive $200m of debt owed to it by Mozambique following an investigation into matters which became known as the Tuna Bonds scandal[1]. Simon Newman of 1 Chancery Lane assisted the FCA with the investigation from February


The Supreme Court handed down the latest judgment in the long running litigation in FS Cairo (Nile Plaza) LLC v Brownlie [2021] UKSC 45 this morning. Seasoned practitioners will be aware of the long and tortuous history of the litigation, which has been winding its way through the higher courts for almost a decade now,


Yesterday a team from 1CL took part in the London Legal Support Trust Legal Walk. Despite the rain we were pleased to be able to take part to raise vital funds to support the provision of free legal advice in London and the south east.     We’re delighted to have raised over £1,000, and


As Captain Kirk resumed his Space Odyssey this week, the team remained depressingly earthbound. But thank goodness we were! If we’d been Lost In Space, we’d have missed the New Hope presented by the court’s new remote hearing platform. We might also have been left unaware of the Gravity of the new Foreign and Commonwealth


We are looking forward to exhibiting at the Bar Council’s Pupillage Fair 2021 tomorrow, Saturday 16th October.  Designed in partnership with the Inns of Court and Specialist Bar Associations, The Bar Council’s Pupillage Fair is the largest recruitment event for students and graduates aspiring to join the Bar of England and Wales. Free of charge


In this webinar, David Thomson and Francesca O’Neill will be discussing date of knowledge, looking at how claimants should assess date of knowledge and present this in proceedings. They will also look at defendants’ assessment and tactics to improve their poor outcome in much of the case law. David and Francesca will also be answering


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