"Members of Broadway House Chambers are instructed in a wide range of serious criminal cases, including violent crime, sexual offences and drug offences as well as fraud"

Legal 500, 2020

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.

We have premises in Leeds, and Bradford. Both bases are situated a mere two minutes’ walk from the cities’ respective Combined Court Centres.

  • Broadway House Chambers Welcome Emma McIlveen as a Door Tenant

    Broadway House Chambers are delighted to welcome Emma McIlveen as a Door Tenant. Emma has joined Broadway House Chambers Employment Law and Immigration Team. Emma has extensive employment law experience and has appeared in the Employment Tribunal, Court of Appeal and in front of Regulatory Panels. Emma regularly appears before the Immigration Tribunal (both Lower […]

  • Sharn Samra and Rachel Mellor appointed as Recorders

    Broadway House Chambers is delighted to announce that the Queen has appointed Sharn Samra and Rachel Mellor as Recorders on the advice of the Lord Chancellor and the Lord Chief Justice. Sharn and Rachel have been assigned to sit on the North Eastern Circuit dealing with family cases. Their appointments will take effect from 12 October […]

  • A Levels, Algorithms and GDPR by Nicola Hoskins

    1. The day of A level results is not one that arrives without great trepidation. In 2020, the year of no actual A level exams, it’s fair to say that the trepidation went up a gear. And so the day came, and the theme that emerged was of downgrading of CAGs, or ‘Centre Assessed Grades’ […]

  • Important Changes to the Examination of Victim and Witness Digital Devices by Giles Bridge

    Today, 16/7/20 the National Police Chiefs Council announced that they are to scrap the existing ‘consent forms’ that they expect victims and witness to sign when obtaining access to digital devices such as mobile telephones.  The move was announced by the National Police Chiefs Council here.  A new interim form will be in use from […]

  • A welcome return: Cafcass and seeing children and families face to face by Christopher Rowe

    I recently spoke at a webinar which, in part, addressed the ‘Cafcass Protocol for Attending Court’ published on 29th May 2020. That Protocol can be located here and such sets out the policy of Cafcass in relation to Family Court Advisers (FCAs) attending court in person during the Covid-19 pandemic. The Protocol was released as the reopening […]


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