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David Schmitz writes ‘Student lettings: Frustration and the pandemic’

15th Mar 2021

The Property Law Journal of Legalease has published on-line an article by David Schmitz, on whether occupiers can get out of contracts and leases for student accommodation, if they have not been able to attend university because of Covid 19 restrictions. The full article can be found here. This article was first published in Property […]

Adam Stewart-Wallace discusses the nature of legal truth

30th Oct 2020

Adam Stewart-Wallace is looking forward to discussing his paper on ‘Legal Truth as Assessment Sensitive’ at the Cambridge Forum for Legal and Political Philosophy on 18 November. “The paper I am suggesting for the reading is John MacFarlane’s seminal presentation of the view he likes to call ‘assessment-sensitivity’ or ‘relativism’: ‘Future Contingents and Relative Truth’, The […]

Sidney Ross writes article on the Inheritance Act 1975 for STEP’s TQR

29th Sep 2020

CLAIMANTS OUT OF TIME Sidney Ross has contributed to STEP’s Trust Quarterly Review (TQR), to detail applications for extensions of time under s.4 of the Inheritance (Provision For Family And Dependants) Act 1975. “Barrister Sidney Ross TEP’s study examines cases where out-of-time claimants have sought an extension of time in order to pursue a late […]

Jeremy Callman writes for the fivehundred magazine

23rd Jun 2020

Jeremy Callman has written an article investigating the challenges Partnership and LLPs face moving forward in a world affected by COVID19. “The financial scars of the Covid-19 pandemic run deep. The new harsh financial reality means those who manage law firms face some tough legal questions. In my partnership practice, I have already seen the […]

Adam Stewart-Wallace considers want of knowledge and approval

6th Apr 2020

The exact circumstances under which a claim for want of knowledge and approval will be successful are hard to pin down. In Gill v Woodall [2011] Ch 380, Lord Neuberger MR stated at para. 22 that a court should “consider all the relevant evidence available and then, drawing such inferences as it can from the […]

Keith Plowman on Modern Clerking and Mental Health

6th Jan 2020

Our Senior Clerk, Keith Plowman has written a piece in the fivehundred magazine on the modern barristers’ clerk’s role in promoting good Mental Health in chambers. The article is available to read in full on Page 50 in the Dec 19/ Jan 20 issue.

A “perennial classic” Inheritance Act claims by Sidney Ross

16th Oct 2018

It is just over a year since the publication of Inheritance Act Claims (Sweet and Maxwell, 2017, 4th Edn), Sidney Ross’ “indispensable guide”, which has been in print in its various forms for a quarter of a century. It has been favourably received by both Chancery and family practitioners and specific features which have excited […]

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