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Since 2010 Broadway House Chambers has been recognised by the Legal 500 UK as a Top Tier set, the highest accolade a Chambers can achieve.
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Congratulations to Clare Bate who was the winner of Broadway House Chambers’ Plea in Mitigation Competition 2017. Clare was one of 24 BPTC students from BPP law school in Leeds to enter our competition this year. Following an impressive first round in February, four students made it into the final at Bradford Crown Court on […]
Adam Willoughby, appearing for a Yacht Club, has successfully struck out a high value claim by a former member for discrimination on the ground of his religion. The Claimant, who had converted to Islam, alleged that the revocation of his membership was a discriminatory act and that the Yacht Club was responsible for several alleged […]
CZ (Human Rights Claim: Costs)  EWFC 11 (16 February 2017) Gillian Irving QC successfully defended Kirklees Council against a claim for the entire costs of Care and Human Rights Act proceedings in a case heard by Mr Justice Cobb in Sheffield on 8/2/2017. The case reminds Claimants that damages in such cases shall be […]
Operation Thunder – Sophie Drake leading Laura McBride [prosecuting]. Operation Thunder arose as a result of an investigation by South Yorkshire Police into child sexual exploitation in Rotherham in the 1990’s and early 2000’s. All six defendants were, last week, convicted of a number of historic sexual offences. They were sentenced to a total of […]
The defendants prosecuted as part of the South Yorkshire Police investigation known as Operation Clover 2 have been sentenced. Click here for details. The case was prosecuted by Michelle Colborne QC, Peter Hampton and Laura McBride. Michelle Colborne QC, Peter Hampton and Laura McBride also prosecuted eight defendants (six of whom were convicted) in a […]