Kevin Molloy Gets Acquittal for Black Cab Driver

Kevin Molloy successfully defended a Black Cab driver who had been charged with Attempted GBH, causing Actual Bodily Harm and Dangerous Driving. The allegation was made by a cyclist who collided with the cab and claimed he had been deliberately targeted by the driver...

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Chambers’ Christmas Opening Times

Over the festive period Chambers will be open at the following times: Friday 21 December – Chambers closes at 14:00 Monday 24 – Wednesday 26 December – Chambers is closed Thursday 27 December – Chambers will be open from 10:00 to 15:00 Friday 28 December – Chambers...

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Church Court and the Rule of Law.

The Rule of Law & Anti-Corruption Center organised an interesting discussion on the Rule of Law and Conflict Resolution at the Middle Temple on the 26th November 2018. The event was organised by Mizan Abdulrouf, a member of Church Court Chambers who is...

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Yasin Patel Sits on Snooker Fixing Tribunal

Yasin Patel sat on the panel at recent snooker fixing hearing.  The case involved two professional snooker players accused of match fixing. A full press release can be viewed here. See also the article by the BBC If you wish to instruct Yasin Patel please...

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