Like everyone at the bar, Holborn Chambers is transforming to face the current and future changes under a new management committee.
We can offer:
- Financially secure set
- Low guaranteed rent
- New and stable infrastructure
- New and professional clerking
- Newly refurbished premises
- Unparalleled Direct Access opportunities
- Modern methods of marketing to procure work
All disciplines are welcome. However immigration and civil are areas rapidly expanding where chambers requires barristers.
There are unprecedented opportunities for Direct Access work.
If you wish to find out more about these changes please contact Emma Thompson (email@example.com)
All applicants and enquiries will be treated in the strictest confidence.
“A provision in a collective agreement applicable to a group of companies within the airline industry which only took into account experience acquired as a cabin crew member from the date of recruitment by a specific airline company for the purposes of grading in the employment categories provided for in that agreement did not constitute indirect discrimination within the meaning of article 2(2)(b) of Council Directive 2000/78/EC.”
WLR Daily, 7th June 2012
“Where a sportsman corruptly accepted financial inducements to identify, in advance, occasions when during a match he would play in a specific, previously agreed, manner, the conduct of that sportsman, whose contract obliged him to refrain from doing anything that might damage the reputation of the club or board which employed him, was integral to the affairs and business of that club or board, who were therefore victims of such corrupt activities, even if the bribes were not intended to and did not influence the club or board in any way.”
WLR Daily, 31st May 2012
“The Ministry of Justice has invited interested parties to respond to the legal services section of the Government’s ‘Red Tape Challenge’ consultation, identifying which regulations they believe should be improved, retained or scrapped.”
Ministry of Justice, 8th June 2012
“British citizens with foreign-born partners are to be given the choice of indefinite ‘exile’ in countries including Yemen and Syria or face the breakup of their families if they want to remain in the UK, under radical immigration changes to be announced next week, MPs have been told.”
The Guardian, 8th June 2012
“Tomorrow, the Home Secretary will announce to Parliament plans to give judges guidance on how to interpret Article 8 ECHR (the right to private and family life) in foreign criminal deportation cases. There has been already significant speculation as to whether the long-heralded changes will make much or even any difference.”
UK Human Rights Blog, 10th June 2012