Monthly Archives: December 2016

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CPS Regrading Success

Chambers is pleased to announce that Adam Walker has successfully applied for, and obtained, CPS regrading. Adam is now a Grade 2 Prosecutor. About Adam Adam is a highly regarded defence practitioner and has appeared as defence advocate in a wide range of cases including rape, murder, GBH and bank fraud. Latterly Adam has defended […]

Pupils’ Diary – A View From Our Future

At 39 Park Square we take immense pride in our pupillage program. We have a policy of providing pupillage with a view to offering tenancy. Our aim is to recruit candidates who have the potential to reach the very top of the profession. With that in mind we recruit candidates of the highest calibre. However, we […]

Jessica Randell Secures Suspended Sentence in Indecent Images Case

R -v- French, Leeds Crown Court Jessica Randell appeared in this matter for the Defendant. The Defendant had uploaded an indecent image to Facebook in December 2015. As a result of intelligence received police raided the Defendant’s home in July 2016 and seized computer equipment which was found to contain 7 indecent images of children […]

Pupils’ Diary – A View From Our Future

At 39 Park Square we take immense pride in our pupillage program. We have a policy of providing pupillage with a view to offering tenancy. Our aim is to recruit candidates who have the potential to reach the very top of the profession. With that in mind we recruit candidates of the highest calibre. However, we […]

Cassie Williams Appointed to the Parole Board

Chambers is delighted to note that Cassie Williams has been appointed by the Lord Chancellor as an independent member of the Parole Board. Cassie’s appointment comes as part of the Parole Board’s stategy to meet its priorities and reduce the backlog of cases waiting for an oral hearing. Further details of the appointments can be […]