Latest News and Events from our Barristers and Chambers

  • Pupillage at 15NBS – written by Oliver Kavanagh

    Pupillage at 15NBS 15NBS is a welcoming place to be a pupil. By the end of my first six, I had met every member of Chambers because my supervisor encouraged me to see a range of trials and different styles of advocacy. I shadowed more than half the members...

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  • New tenants

    15NBS are delighted to announce that Mr Joseph Carr and Miss Saffie Jallow have accepted an invitation to join chambers, after a successful pupillage. Full profiles will follow soon.

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  • The Coronavirus Act 2020

    INTRODUCTION The Coronavirus Act 2020 (“the Act”) received royal assent on 25th March 2020, whilst The Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) (England) Regulations 2020 (SI 2020 No 350) came into force on 26th March 2020 (“the Regulations”). It should be noted that the Regulations apply in England only with Scotland,...

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  • COVID-19

    15NBS is committed to keeping Chambers as normal as possible in these challenging times and would like you to know that our responsibility to legal representation is still at the forefront of our work and commitment. 15NBS takes the Health and Welfare of all its Members and staff very...

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  • Justin McClintock secures acquittal in Wetherspoons stabbing trial

    Justin McClintock has secured the acquittal of a defendant accused of a stabbing at a Wetherspoons Pub in south London. Justin successfully resisted a Res Gestae application from the Crown before making a successful submission of no case to answer on the stabbing charge at the conclusion of the...

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  • John Greenan v Mount Kilimanjaro

    John Greenan along with his partner Alessandra are taking on the challenge of climbing Mount Kilimanjaro Africa’s highest mountain at 5,895 metres (19,341 feet) above sea level. They are doing this to raise money for the John King Brain Tumour Foundation (registered charity). The Foundation aims to raise much-needed...

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  • Sombre acquittal in Death by Dangerous Driving Case.

    Chambers has achieved a hard-fought but ultimately sombre victory with the acquittal of a Defendant charged with causing the death of an elderly couple by dangerous driving. The Defendant was accused of racing with a co-defendant (who pleaded guilty). As the co-defendant overtook the Defendant at excessive speed, he...

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  • Patrick Maggs led by David Spens QC secure acquittal of rapper ‘Unknown T’ facing Murder.

    After a 5 week trial at the Central Criminal Court Patrick Maggs led by David Spense QC secured the acquittal of rapper ‘Unknown T’ Daniel Lena who was allegedly involved in the killing of a young man at a New Years Eve party. Patrick was instructed by Ann Rushton...

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