Third Six Opportunities at Hailsham Chambers
Hailsham is currently recruiting a Third Six pupil. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a market leading, specialist set. Click here to find out more.
Nicholas Davidson QC joins Hailsham Chambers
We are proud to announce that Nicholas Davidson QC will be joining Hailsham Chambers
Hailsham Chambers shortlisted for Legal 500 Bar Awards
We are excited to announce that Hailsham Chambers has been shortlisted for four awards
Hailsham Chambers welcomes new tenant
Hailsham Chambers is delighted to announce that Margaret Griffin will be joining Chambers with immediate effect.
Hailsham Chambers welcomes newest tenant
Hailsham Chambers is pleased to announce that Georgia Purnell has become our newest tenant.
Dan Stacey appointed as a Recorder
We are delighted to announce Dan Stacey has been appointed by The Queen as a Recorder on the advice of the Lord Chancellor...
Simon Howarth to be appointed Queen’s Counsel
Congratulations to Simon, who will be Hailsham’s 10th silk.
Pupillage event for prospective pupils
Prospective applicants are invited to join members and clerks from Hailsham Chambers for an informal drinks evening.
Opportunities to join Hailsham
We are seeking to add to both our barrister and clerking teams. Click here for more details.
High Court endorses the PNBA Adjudication Scheme
Adjudication would have been quicker + cheaper according to the judge.
Infinity Distribution Ltd v The Khan Partnership LLP
Dan Stacey successful in the case of Infinity v Khan Partnership
Practico Virtual Roundtable with Andrew Post QC
Hailsham’s Andrew Post QC joined the first Practico Virtual Roundtable of 2021.
Belsner v Cam Legal Services
Why should a case about the minimal costs of a minor RTA raise any interest at all?
Practico Costs Chat
Alexander Hutton QC participated in the latest Costs Chat from Practico.
Can you sack your opponent’s solicitor? You can try…
Read this article on the recent Court of Appeal decision in Glencairn IP Holdings Ltd v Product Specialities Inc (t/a ‘Final Touch’).
Insurance Broker Claims – Breach of Duty
This third article in our series considers issues relating to breach of duty by insurance brokers which arise out of business interruption policies.
Inquest into the death of Emma Raye Brown
Clementine Coram James represents Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
Jamie Carpenter to be appointed Queen’s Counsel
Congratulations to Jamie, who will be Hailsham's 9th silk.
Beyond the Electronic Bill
Members of the Hutton Committee debate the next steps for the modernisation of costs assessments.
New Balance v Liverpool  EWHC 2837 (Comm)
Hailsham's Theo Barclay acted for Liverpool FC in their case against New Balance
Limitation again: accrual, the running of time, and ‘Round the World’ tax schemes
Case note by Simon Wilton on Sir Christopher and Lady Evans v Pricewaterhouse Coopers LLP  EWHC 1505 (Ch)
Loss of a chance: Stephen Bailey appears for defendant firm of solicitors
Loss of a chance: Stephen Bailey appears for defendant firm of solicitors ordered to pay only nominal damages in respect of the alleged loss of a chance to bring underlying claim
David Pittaway QC successfully defended GP in psychiatric claim at trial
David Pittaway QC successfully defended Dr Aulakh, a GP, at trial against a claim brought on behalf of a middle aged man who unsuccessfully attempted suicide by hanging, and now requires 24 hour care.
Nicholas Peacock features in Counsel Magazine’s February edition
In Counsel Magazine’s February edition this year, Nicholas Peacock sets out his aspirations for his year ahead as Chair of the Bar Council’s Wellbeing at the Bar (WATB) Working Group.