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«You don`t need specific legal knowledge. They use legal analysis, but not expertise. » 4 Stone Buildings, Lincoln`s Inn, London, WC2A 3XT Website Delivery: Temple Garden Chambers` extradition team brings an unparalleled wealth of experience in prosecuting and defending extradition cases at all levels, from the Magistrates` Court to the Supreme Court and the CJEU. Members of the team appear on behalf of wanted persons, judicial authorities, the National Crime Agency and foreign governments in some of the most important cases, including the first extradition case before the Supreme Court in 2018. In addition, lawyers have experience in related areas such as judicial review, habeas corpus, mutual legal assistance and European investigative decisions. With complementary expertise in national public law and international criminal law, they are perfectly placed to advise and represent in extradition cases after Brexit. «. The caliber on paper is quite breathtaking and phenomenal. » 3PB provides a comprehensive legal and advisory service to individuals and businesses. Legal Cheek is a British legal information site. [1] It also has a career section with research on law firms and bar associations[2] and a large fan base on social media. [3] All students work in their tutor`s room, reading their articles, attending their lectures, writing pleadings and documents, writing expert opinions, and accompanying their student supervisors to court.

Students are treated as part of the rooms and are fully involved in the activities of the rooms while they are with us. Professional Code and Discipline: Chambers` team serves as legal counsel to professional discipline committees, including the General Medical Council, General Dental Council, Nursing and Midwifery Council, General Optical Council, Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons and Social Work England. With so much on the road, De Mestre sees no point in letting students work on previous cases. «It`s live work in general,» de Mestre explains. «It can happen that the next student receives a live job to see how they compare. But it`s more live work. De Mestre says that even if «a supervisor is involved in a big deal, he or she will make sure the student does other work for other people, but even that would usually be live work.» For the whole to achieve its goals of already developing full-fledged lawyers instead of hiring them, it is important «to get the students to fight back, and not just to give them a legal research regime,» de Mestre explains. «Supervisors tend to have a lot of complicated work, and you can easily end up with students just doing research.» Personal Injury: TGC has been recognized as the leading body of bodily injury for many years. One of the greatest strengths of Chambers` personal injury team stems from its balanced work: collectively and individually, members have experience in representing injured plaintiffs and the insurance industry. The full range of bodily injury work is carried out, from work with catastrophic multi-million pound injuries, which are regularly handled by many more experienced members (including spinal injuries, traumatic brain injuries, amputations and fatal accidents), to accelerated claims and simpler portals handled by younger team members. Chambers offers real expertise in current areas of medical and legal controversy such as mild traumatic brain injury claims, chronic pain cases, claims with allegations of (fundamental) dishonesty and the lawfulness of registering expert appointments, in addition to other niche areas such as group litigation (such as ongoing Hillsborough Stadium claims), sports injury claims, military claims, aviation claims and CICA cases.

Chambers` strength has been rightly recognized by the successes of individual juniors who have been named «Junior of the Year» at industry-leading awards in recent years. Several members of the IP team also have invaluable experience in related practice areas, including costs, product liability, health and safety, investigations, public inquiries, clinical negligence and civil fraud. Recent cases involving members of the Chambers include Swift v. Carpenter; Cable v. London Victoria Insurance Co. Ltd; Macdonald v. Burton; Labbadia vs. Alitalia and Hibberd-Little vs.

Carlton. The rental decision is therefore based on «continuous evaluation, with substantial feedback to ensure that we can see if there have been any improvements,» says De Mestre, and the decision is «made by all the rooms.» De Mestre adds that while there is «no formal grace period, we do not expect students to show up and produce work that meets the standard. Students must reach the required standard at the end, not at the beginning. As a member of the student body, De Mestre explains that «supervisors do certain exercises. In the other six, students conduct mock lectures with superiors as fake clients and give advice, both tactical and legal. «These mock lectures usually focus on the area where improvements are most needed to give students the opportunity to improve the weaknesses we identify.» 4SB had not yet completed its rental decision when we went to press in 2021. We are able to offer advice at all levels of seniority for work ranging from small unitary claims to high-quality class actions in the field of personal and commercial injuries. If necessary, Chambers can provide a full team of lawyers to handle the often difficult legal and logistical issues that involve major litigation. Chambers also provides advice and representation with respect to law enforcement and corollary investigations related to defective products. Gone are the days when academic excellence was enough. Although, as Goddard puts it, «the caliber on paper is pretty amazing and phenomenal,» a solid resume is just a «goal,» De Mestre adds. When deciding who to join the set, Goddard says, «A lot depends on the personality of how they get along with people.

Are they cowards? Can they easily talk to customers? Goddard adds, «You have to have the intellect and pass it on to the court in a simple way. Clients do not like lawyers to have trouble with the judge because they do not answer the question. De Mestre agrees: «Once you`re in the interview, we`re interested in seeing people argue a point against the counter-argument. It`s amazing how difficult it can be, but it`s incredibly important in court. While a quick reflection is needed, De Mestre insists that the whole thing doesn`t have a specific personality type in mind. «One of the big criticisms is that you choose people like you,» he says, acknowledging the problem of implicit bias. «There are people who argue aggressively, some are more discreet.» For the whole, there is «no prescribed way to be a good lawyer, and we try to avoid judgments about people`s character.» Our lawyers provide legal representation and advice across the UK from six offices: London, Birmingham, Bournemouth, Bristol, Oxford and Winchester.