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“I have been subscribed to myBarrister for just under a year and it has been a very positive experience. It has helped to supplement my existing practice with additional direct access work and the clerking is professional, effective and friendly. Marketing is pro-active and individual attention is... ... read more
September 12th, 2016
The BPP University Law School has announced a new “corporate training” programme as part of the Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC), which will offer the chance for a select few to become better versed in the world of business. ... read more
September 8th, 2016
A former Met Police officer who sued the force for wrongly using its powers to investigate her has won a case over a breach of human rights and misuse of private information. The case arose after Andrea Brown, a detective constable, was quizzed after going on holiday with her daughter while on sick... ... read more
August 26th, 2016
Under a radical new scheme law firms will be hired by the police to use civil law remedies to seize illegally gained assets of business criminals, according to a report in today’s The Guardian. ... read more
August 17th, 2016
Because of trusts set up in the 1950s, no death duties arose on the death of the Duke of Westminster earlier this week, saving the estate an estimated £3bn. According to an expert quoted in The Daily Telegraph, the trustees are not beneficial owners, which is why the estate does not have to pay... ... read more
August 16th, 2016
The fast-expanding private car hire app Uber has urged Transport for London (TfL) to abandon a requirement for drivers to pass a written English exam. However, TfL has responded by saying the changes are being introduced to “raise standards in London’s private hire industry, improving safety and... ... read more
August 12th, 2016
Αccording to our noted road traffic defence barrister Sunil Rupasinha, this is what you need to do in order to avoid or mimimise the length of a ban. “Since specialising in the defence of road traffic prosecutions the enquiries I most commonly receive go something like this: ... read more
August 2nd, 2016
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