Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)
High Court (Administrative Court)
High Court (Chancery Division)
High Court (Queen’s Bench Division)
‘Picture this scenario. The parties’ contract provides that when there is a dispute, an adjudicator is to be appointed from a panel of three, which the parties have already agreed on. In the alternative, if the parties cannot agree the identity of the three panel adjudicators, they will be nominated by the President of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb) as the adjudicator nominating body (ANB). In the event, the parties fail to agree on who the three should be, and then one of them is unhappy with who the CIArb selects. This scenario played out before Jefford J earlier this year. It was, in effect, a dispute about a dispute, but led to some interesting comments from the judge about adjudicator nomination.’
Practical Law: Construction Blog, 4th June 2019
‘Poole Borough Council v GN and another  UKSC 25. The Supreme Court has found that Poole Borough Council did not owe a duty of care to two children, CN and GN, who it failed to re-house, despite the fact that they were suffering abuse from their neighbours. However, the court overruled previous authority and found that in some situations a duty of care might arise.’
UK Human Rights Blog, 7th June 2019
‘The head of the independent review of legal services regulation said yesterday that scrapping regulation based on titles like solicitor or barrister and replacing it with a system based on legal activities “might not be as straightforward as some believe”.’
Legal Futures, 7th June 2019
Henderson Chambers is inviting applications for a Third Six to start in Autumn 2019.
Our Third Sixers have 2 seats of 3 months each and will usually be considered for tenancy towards the end of this period. Pupils are expected to go to Court regularly on their own account.
Chambers provides a grant of £28,000 and guaranteed earnings of £7,000.
For more information about Chambers see our website and follow our Twitter feeds @HendersonPupils and @Henderson_Bar.
To apply send a covering letter, CV, references from at least two past supervisors, and a summary of work undertaken in pupillage so far to email@example.com .
Applications will be considered on a rolling basis but should reach us by 12th July 2019.
Chambers is a signatory to the Bar Council’s Third Six Pupillage Good Practice Guidelines.