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Anita Clifford appears on BBC Five Live to discuss £4.9 billion Bounce Back Loan Fraud

Anita Clifford appears on BBC Five Live to discuss £4.9 billion Bounce Back Loan Fraud

Anita Clifford appeared on BBC Five Live this morning (3 Dec, 2021) on the 'Wake Up to Money' programme. She discussed the National Audit's Office report which was published today (The Bounce Back Loan Scheme: an update) that revealed up to £4.9 billion has been lost to bounce back fraud ...
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Jonathan Fisher QC discusses £4.9 billion Bounce Back Loan Fraud on BBC News

Jonathan Fisher QC discusses £4.9 billion Bounce Back Loan Fraud on BBC News

Jonathan Fisher QC was interviewed by BBC News to discuss the £4.9 billion Bounce Back Loan Fraud. He responded to the National Audit's Office report which was published today (The Bounce Back Loan Scheme: an update) that revealed up to £4.9 billion has been lost to bounce back fraud. The ...
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Francesca Kirby attends the 2021 Annual Bar and Young Bar Conference

Francesca Kirby attends the 2021 Annual Bar and Young Bar Conference

Francesca Kirby attended the 2021 Annual Bar and Young Bar Conference - the theme of which this year was recovery, growth and transformation. Attending the sessions held over the 3 days, Francesca reviews the discussions, including the effects of Covid on the Bar, court backlogs, retention rates at the Junior ...
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Barnaby Jameson QC and Naomi Parsons successfully prosecute co-founder of neo-Nazi organisation National Action

Barnaby Jameson QC and Naomi Parsons successfully prosecute co-founder of neo-Nazi organisation National Action

Barnaby Jameson QC and Naomi Parsons have successfully prosecuted the co-founder of neo-Nazi organisation, National Action.
National Action was banned by the Government as a terrorist organisation in December 2016.
32-year-old Ben Raymond from Swindon remained involved in the group between December 2016 and September 2017, participating in group chats, ...
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Defending a Prosecution of a Fire Brigade

Defending a Prosecution of a Fire Brigade

As the Grenfell Inquiry slowly comes to an end, Government will soon begin the task of assessing the recommendations in the Inquiry reports.
Fire and Rescue Services will be under pressure to carry out more inspections. Inevitably prosecution cases will rise in the Magistrates’ and Crown Courts. Michael Goodwin QC ...
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RLC Webinar: Regulating the 'Rough Sex' excuse

RLC Webinar: Regulating the ‘Rough Sex’ excuse

WEBINAR: Regulating the ‘Rough Sex’ excuse
DATE: Wednesday 1st December, 2021
TIME: 6-7pm
BOOK HERE: [Regulating the 'Rough Sex' excuse] A webinar presented by Red Lion member Felicia Davy, with Professor Susan Edwards (Emerita) Buckingham Law School and RLC door tenant and chaired by Jenni Dempster QC, RLC. When women ...
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RLC welcomes new member Letitia Egan

RLC welcomes new member Letitia Egan

Chambers is delighted to welcome new member Letitia Egan. Letitia has a busy practice across the Magistrates’, Youth and Crown courts, both prosecuting and defending. In addition to Crime, Letitia has experience defending Extradition and civil matters, such as CBOs and DVPOs. Prior to joining the Bar, Letitia worked as ...
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Pupillage application form now available to download

Pupillage application form now available to download

RLC prides itself on providing excellent pupillages that train and prepare junior practioners for a successful career at the Bar. Our pupillage programme and all applications for pupillage and tenancy are governed by equal opportunities and fair recruitment principles. Two pupillages will be available. Applications for Pupillage open on 5 ...
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Allison Clare QC participates in the GIR Live: London Winter 2021

Allison Clare QC participates in the GIR Live: London Winter 2021

Allison Clare QC has been invited as a Speaker to the GIR Live: London Winter 2021. The in person conference will take place at the etc.venues in St. Pauls, London on Thursday 2nd December. Participating in the Question-and-Answer session from 12.45-1.45pm, Allison will examine the future of investigations in relation ...
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Gillian Jones QC leading Felicia Davy secure acquittal for mother charged with causing or allowing death of her 4 week old baby

Gillian Jones QC leading Felicia Davy secure acquittal for mother charged with causing or allowing death of her 4 week old baby

Gillian Jones QC leading Felicia Davy secured acquittals for Chantelle Stroud on the serious charges of causing or allowing the death of her 4 week old baby in May 2020. The four week trial involved expert medical evidence from multiple leading experts as to injury, causation and presentation. Ms Stroud ...
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Simon Spence QC speaks to Sky News & BBC News about Harper's Law

Simon Spence QC speaks to Sky News & BBC News about Harper’s Law

Simon Spence QC was interviewed by Sky News and BBC News on 24 November, 2021 about Harper's Law. Three teenagers were jailed for the manslaughter of 28-year-old PC Andrew Harper in August 2019. His widow campaigned for 'Harper's Law' - to give mandatory life sentences to the killers of emergency ...
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Michael Goodwin QC examines Private Prosecutions - When, Why and How to bring one

Michael Goodwin QC examines Private Prosecutions – When, Why and How to bring one

Date: Wednesday 15 December 2021
Time: 09.30 – 10.30 RLC member, Michael Goodwin QC will join Adam Craggs, Michelle Sloane and Alice Kemp of RPC LLP, in a panel discussion providing practical guidance on Private Prosecutions looking at when, why and how to bring one. Private prosecutions are increasingly ...
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