We are delighted to announce that this years Employment Law Charity Quiz raised a total of £1546.00! All proceeds go to the Manuel Bravo Project in Leeds. The Manuel Bravo Project aims to help asylum seekers who are unable to find adequate legal representation. We would like to thank the Manuel Bravo team and all […]
We are delighted to announce that Chris Brown and Emily Ward have been appointed as Deputy District Judges by the Lord Chief Justice. Emily and Chris will take on their new roles alongside their practices.
On 1st February 2019 Michelle Colborne QC stood down as Head of Chambers to take a short sabbatical to spend more time with her family. Michelle will return to work in July. Broadway House Chambers are extremely grateful for all the hard work she has done during her tenure. We are delighted to announce that Rodney Ferm has […]
Broadway House Chambers is delighted to announce that the Queen has appointed Sophie Drake to be a Circuit Judge. Sophie will sit on the Northern Circuit, based at Liverpool Crown Court with effect from the 1st April 2019 and will be known as Her Honour Judge Sophie McKone Sophie was called to the Bar in […]
We are excited to announce that our Charity of the Year 2019 is the Leeds Children’s Charity! This incredible charity creates happy childhood memories for the neediest of families, with fun-filled, week long breaks. Focusing on children between the ages of 7 and 13, the charity has continually campaigned for the unspoken voice of youngsters […]
We are thrilled to announce that Kathryn Pitters will be returning to Broadway House Chambers as a door tenant. Kathryn specialises in Criminal, Professional Discipline and Regulatory Law. We are excited to welcome Kathryn back to Chambers.
Broadway House Chambers are delighted to announce that Ann Cotcher QC has joined our Criminal Team as a Door Tenant. Ann was called to the Bar in 1979 and was appointed Queen’s Counsel in 2000 and for the past 18 years has been in constant demand in complex, sensitive and often high-profile cases.
We are thrilled to announce that Frances Hertzog has joined us as a Door Tenant. We look forward to welcoming Frances into our Criminal Team. Frances is very experienced in all areas of criminal practice, particularly fraud, white collar crime and matters under the Proceeds of Crime Act. Frances is regularly instructed to defend applications under […]
Proprietary Estoppel update: Thompson v Thompson  EWHC 1338 (Ch) This case involved the family farm and more specifically the question of whether proprietary estoppel operated to give the claimant an interest in a family farm and, if so, what the extent of his interests was. Background Facts 2. The facts of the case […]
The starting point is – Section 20 of the Children Act 1989: “Provision of accommodation for children: general (1) Every local authority shall provide accommodation for any child in need within their area who appears to them to require accommodation as a result of – (a) there being no person who has parental responsibility for him; (b) his […]