News and Events - Professional Discipline


31st Aug 2021News

Marios Lambis and Gavin Irwin both shortlisted in Chambers UK Bar Awards 2021

Chambers is delighted to announce two nominations for the upcoming Chambers & Partners UK Bar Awards 2021: Professional Discipline Junior of the Year 2021 – Marios Lambis Crime Junior of the Year 2021 – Gavin Irwin The winners will be announced at the Chambers UK Bar Awards on 18th November 2021.             […]

30th Mar 2021News

Towuaghantse v GMC [2021] EWHC 681 (Admin) Coroner’s findings, independence of experts and registrant denials: this case is not one to put on the “read later” pile

It is difficult to know where to start with Towuaghantse v GMC [2021] EWHC 681 (Admin). I will give you a briefest account of the facts in a moment, but potentially Mostyn J’s judgment in this case stands as authority for the following principles: The factual findings of a coroner, and any narrative conclusion, are […]

24th Mar 2021News

North Yorkshire Police Sergeant acquitted, Michael Rawlinson defending

Michael Rawlinson has represented a serving North Yorkshire Police Sergeant acquitted following a jury trial. The officer faced trial at York Crown Court for allegedly sexually assaulting another police officer on two separate occasions. Following a four-day Crown Court trial, involving the extensive cross-examination of serving police officer witnesses, the jury took just 30 minutes […]

1st Mar 2021News

2 Hare Court Welcomes New Tenants

Chambers is delighted to announce that Daniel Chadwick, formerly of 25 Bedford Row, has accepted an invitation to join 2 Hare Court. Daniel is a highly respected jury advocate whose practice encompasses all areas of serious crime. Chambers is also very pleased to announce that Neelam Gomersall and Redmond Traynor have both accepted an invitation […]

25th Feb 2021Newsletters

2 Hare Court Professional Discipline Newsletter

Welcome to the latest edition of the Professional Discipline Newsletter. Christopher Geering Editor Foreword Welcome to the latest 2 Hare Court newsletter. The recent case of Bilta is the latest case dealing with remote hearings and is important reading for anyone making or resisting an application to hear a case in person. Ben Rich looks […]