Category Archives: Chambers


Mehran Nassiri: 39’s latest recruit

Mehran Nassiri becomes our latest recruit to Chambers. The third in as many months. He joins us from the CPS and is warmly welcomed to our ranks. Mehran joins 39 Park Square with 15 years of experience prosecuting and defending criminal cases. He trained as a lawyer obtaining his law degree as well as a […]

HHJ Neil Davey Q.C. Appointed to Circuit Bench

39 Park Square is pleased to announce that Head of Chambers, Neil Davey Q.C. has been appointed to the Circuit Bench. He has been assigned to sit as both a Criminal and Civil Judge at Bradford Combined Court Centre. We are very proud of, and pleased for HHJ Davey Q.C. Called to the Bar in […]

Monique Jarvis-Legg joins 39 Park Square

39 Park Square is pleased to welcome Miss Monique Jarvis-Legg as the newest recruit to Chambers. Monique joined chambers last year as a “Third Six” pupil and has impressed not just members of chambers with her aptitude, skills and attitude, but many instructing solicitors too. Monique accepts instructions in Crime and Civil, but has made […]

Changes Ahead for the Clerks Room

It is with regret that Chambers announce the forthcoming departure of Mark Heald, Senior Clerk. Mark has been an outstanding and loyal servant to Chambers for over 20 years. He will be missed and all members wish him well in his new position. The new Senior Clerk to Chambers will be Ian Kitchen, formerly Senior […]

Anthony Moore becomes a Bencher

39 Park Square is proud to announce that Anthony Moore was declared a Bencher of The Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn at a short ceremony, which took place in the Great Hall in London, on 30th May 2013. It is an honour not often bestowed on members of the junior Bar, and we are doubly […]

Solicitors’ CPD Series

39 Park Square’s CPD programme for solicitors begins on 29th May 2013 with some exciting developments. We are pleased to be associated with Armstrong Watson, who will be sponsoring the series, not least by hosting the sessions at their Leeds premises. This will allow us a greater degree of space and comfort to deliver a […]

A New Dawn

The 1st of April 2013 is certainly a new dawn in legal circles, and it heralds in a new world with far reaching changes to the costs structure in civil cases, and the financing of hitherto publicly funded areas of law. None of these changes, (or the proposed changes to come), will have escaped the […]