Award-winning, innovative, driven by advocacy. Artesian Law is now recruiting criminal, employment, regulatory and common law barristers at all ranges of call. A secure and streamlined platform in changing times. Artesian Law has the marketing skills and technological support your advocacy deserves.
We welcome applications from individuals and groups. Get in touch, in confidence, at email@example.com
Artesian Law is a recently founded Legal Disciplinary Practice. The barristers at Artesian Law work for a large number of predominantly criminal law solicitors in legal aid and private work. The practice is busy and modern.
We are seeking a 3rd six pupil to make a significant contribution to our team in the short term with a view to recruitment thereafter. The successful candidate will be a self-starter who demonstrates ambition and talent.
Please apply by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Your application will be treated in confidence.
Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)
Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
High Court (Queen’s Bench Division)
High Court (Chancery Division)
High Court (Administrative Court)
“On the true construction of a collective agreement incorporated into the claimants’ contracts all who performed the role of a market porter, whether registered or unregistered, were entitled to share equally in ‘porterage’ charges made by the employer to customers for the movement of goods.”
WLR Daily, 26th April 2013
“Oddity of personality did not of itself diminish the value of one’s good character and, therefore, a judge had erred in reducing a plaintiff’s damages for malicious prosecution on the basis that his reputation and social standing did not amount to much because he had chosen to withdraw from society and live as a recluse.”
WLR Daily, 23rd May 2013
“The most vulnerable victims are to be protected from the trauma of appearing in court, Justice Secretary Chris Grayling announced today.”
Ministry of Justice, 11th June 2013
“There is a new independent Assessor (Stephen Shaw) for non-legal complaints made about the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) but not for the legal ones – how very odd! It was recently reported that victims of crime will be able to ‘win the right’ to appeal against decisions by the CPS not to charge suspects and there is a consultation which is open until the 5th of September 2013. It has a mnemonic ‘VRR’ which stands for a ‘Victim’s Right to Review’.”
Halsbury’s Law Exchange, 12th June 2013