Jane Talbot discusses the recent Supreme Court decision in Jones v Birmingham City Council in which the applicable standard of proof in gang and anti social behaviour injunction cases was challenged.
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Tom Harrill and Holly Hilbourne-Gollop consider the use of Section 20 as a long-term solution, following the case of Re S (A Child) and Re W (A Child) (s20 Accommodation)  EWCA Civv 1.
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We are delighted to announce that Shabinah Ladha has joined Chambers. She will be accepting instructions from Monday 6 February 2023.
Shabinah was called to the Bar in 2011 and will be practising in Busine... Continue Reading
St Ives, St Philips and No 5 Chambers are taking a collaborative approach to raise the awareness of the use of arbitration as an alternative to court proceedings.
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Following the Government’s announcement that the state funeral for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II will take place on Monday 19th September 2022, as a mark of respect, St Ives Chambers will be closed to t... Continue Reading
St Ives Chambers are delighted to announce the commencement of refurbishment works throughout our premises on Whittall Street.
The project is anticipated to be completed in Spring 2023, and will ... Continue Reading
St Ives Chambers unequivocally supports not only our members who practise in crime, but all practitioners within the Criminal Bar Association (@theCriminalBar) who are taking action to save the criminal j... Continue Reading
St Ives Chambers is particularly well known for its family law expertise, which spans family finance, children and care matters………. Other key areas include crime and regulatory, commercial, Chancery and banking matters……