Monthly Archives: October 2016

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All at 43 Temple Row Chambers are delighted to welcome Inderjit S. Thind as their newest recruit.

Inderjit was educated at Tettenhall College, Wolverhampton and graduated in Law from Leicester going on to attend the College of Law at Chester to complete the Solicitor’s Final Examination. He was admitted as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court in March 1985.

Whilst practising as a Solicitor he was an accredited member of the Law Society’s Criminal Litigation Accreditation Scheme with a busy Police Station and Court Duty…

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43 Temple Row is delighted to announce a new Members of Chambers, Mr. Thomas Green upon successful completion of his Pupillage.

During Pupillage, Thomas’ main focus was on family law. Thomas spent the first three months shadowing members of chambers at all levels of experience in the Family Court, High Court and Court of Appeal. He gained valuable experience in complex Children and Finance matters dealing with issues including non-accidental injuries, complex pension provisions and trust cases.

In addition to his family practice, Thomas also practiced…

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BREXIT DAY 1

Proceedings in the much anticipated ‘Brexit Litigation’ commenced on Thursday 13th October 2016 with Lord Pannick QC opening the case for Gina Miller.  An official transcript of the first day can be found here.

The Courtroom was packed with barristers, solicitors, the press and the public. The proceedings were being streamed live to two nearby courtrooms such was the public interest in the case. The case is being presided over by the Lord Chief Justice, the Master of the Rolls and Lord…

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Article 50 and Brexit – The Government’s Case

Last week, on 6th October 2016, the Government served their skeleton argument in advance of the much awaited hearing before the Divisional Court, beginning on 13th October 2016.

The central issue for the Divisional Court; following the referendum on 23rd June 2016, is whether the Prime Minister can use the Royal Prerogative to give notice to the European Commission under Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty to exit the European Union; or whether it is a fundamental…

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