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Tony Muman appears at the European Court of Justice.

Tony is accompanied by Trevor Berriman (Head of Chambers) and Christopher Ridley (Senior Clerk)

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France: Banning the niqab violated two Muslim women’s freedom of religion – UN experts

On 27 November Tony Muman led by Ramby de Mello appeared before the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights in the renowned case of S.A.S. v France, in which the applicant argued that the French ban against face covering (which came into effect on 11 April 2011) violated articles 8 (on the right to privacy) and 9 (on the right to freedom of religion) of the European Convention…

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Tony Muman: Immigration & Asylum Law Barrister of the Year 2018

 

43templerow is extremely proud to announce that Tony Muman has been awarded Barrister of the Year 2018 in Immigration & Asylum Law.

The annual Lawyer Monthly Legal Awards 2018 recognises the achievements of law firms, lawyers, counsel and those connected to the legal world who have a proven track record in delivering results for their clients over the past twelve months. The awards are divided into individual…

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It is with great pleasure that we announce a new member of the clerks team.

We welcome Uzma Bibi to Chambers who will be more than happy to discuss all aspects of our Member’s practices including the availability and suitability of Counsel.

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43 Temple Row Chambers are now inviting applications for third six pupillage. Please refer to the Pupillage page on how to apply.

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R (HA) v University of Wolverhampton

General Pharmaceutical Council (intervening)

[2018] EWHC 144 (Admin)

Spent Convictions and the MPharm Course: fitness to practice

In a judgment handed down this morning Mr Justice Julian Knowles declared unlawful and quashed the decision of the University of Wolverhampton excluding one of its accredited Master of Pharmacy (‘MPharm’) degree students (‘HA’) from the course on the basis that his fitness to practice was impaired as a result of having failed to declare prior to admission two convictions, received…

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