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Outer Temple Chambers sponsoring TDN Summer Garden Party

Outer Temple Chambers is sponsoring the upcoming TDN Summer Garden Party. This is being held on Wednesday 14th September 2022. We are happy to share that Outer Temple will be one of the sponsors for the upcoming TDN (Tech Disputes Network) Summer Garden Party. The event will take place on Wednesday 14th September 2022 from 6 pm-10 pm and will be held at the Inner Temple Terrace. Please click here to find out more information, as well as to register for the event. We hope to see you there! Find out more Outer Temple Chambers is a leading civil and commercial legal chambers with a modern approachto client care and a global footprint. We are home to some of the…

Events 30 Aug, 2022

Robert Rhodes QC to Lecture at the Arbitration and Mediation Court of the Caribbean, in Barbados

Outer Temple’s Robert Rhodes QC, will be presenting a lecture at the Arbitration and Mediation Court of the Caribbean. This will be taking place on Friday 2nd September 2022 in Barbados. On 2nd September 2022, Robert Rhodes QC, will present a lecture at the AMCC (of whose panels of Arbitrators and Mediators he is a member). He has been invited to do so by Sir Trevor Carmichael, KA, LVO, QC. Robert will be speaking on The Advantages of Mediation in Disputes arising from International Commercial Contracts, and on The Singapore Convention. He has previously spoken on both of those topics worldwide. You can view the invitation to this event here. Please note that this is an exclusive event and is by personal…

Events 23 Aug, 2022

Event: After Forstater: Sex and Gender in the Workplace- 21st September 2022

Join Outer Temple Chambers and guests for an upcoming seminar hosted by Andrew Allen QC and Naomi Cunningham named ‘After Forstater: Sex and Gender in the Workplace’. This will take place on Wednesday 21st September 2022. You are invited to join Outer Temple Chambers for a discussion hosted by Andrew Allen QC and Naomi Cunningham on sex and gender in the workplace and employment law. Within the talk, Andrew and Naomi will analyse recent legal developments and provide practical tips and advice. This event will be useful for both claimant and respondent solicitors. The event is hybrid and will take place at Outer Temple Chambers in London on Wednesday 21st September 2022 from 6 pm – 7:30 pm as well…

Events 22 Jul, 2022

James Counsell QC and Justina Stewart to give advocacy training at the DIFC Academy of Law

Outer Temple’s James Counsell QC and Justina Stewart will be providing advocacy training as part of the DIFC Laws Certificate programme. This talk will take place on 25th-26th July 2022. The DIFC Academy are hosting a course named ‘Advanced Advocacy Skills’ which is part of the Certificate in Common Law, DIFC Laws & Courts Practice programme. The course will explore the application of traditional advocacy skills to activities routinely performed by lawyers. There will be three parts to this course, all being given by Outer Temple Chambers Barristers. The first of the three talks will be performed by James Counsell QC and Justina Stewart. They will be focusing on ‘Trial advocacy and witness handling and examination’ and their training will involve:…

Events 20 Jul, 2022

Tim Nesbitt QC Memorial Cricket Match

A Memorial Cricket Match was played in honour of Tim Nesbitt QC’s memory. It was a very enjoyable day full of fond stories and reminiscences of Tim! Tim Nesbitt QC was a late member of Outer Temple Chambers. Tim was not only a very fine lawyer, but a person of huge decency, graciousness and humour who was always modest about his own exceptional abilities and generous with his time in supporting his colleagues in Chambers, with particular encouragement and support for those at the start of their careers. In memory of Tim, a Cricket match was arranged by Outer Temple staff members Lindsey Richardson and Graham Woods, along with Tim’s long-time friend Gregor Truter. Our team ‘Outer Temple Chambers’ took…

Events 1 Jul, 2022

Chloë Bell speaks at ThoughtLeaders4 FIRE Crypto in Disputes event

Chloë Bell joined a panel of experts at the Crypto in Disputes 2022 conference at the Law Society. This was hosted by ThoughtLeaders4 FIRE. We were delighted to be the Event Partner Sponsor. Crypto in Disputes is a conference hosted by ThoughtLeaders4 FIRE where a range of expert speakers discuss all areas of disputes where Crypto is involved. Some of the topics discussed include: NFC DisputesInvesting in Crypto CompaniesADRInternational RegulationAsset RecoveryTrusts, Divorce & Private Client Chloë Bell joined, Dan Wyatt, Tim Penny QC, Charlotte Bhania and Matthew Bradley QC on the panel at this lunchtime talk. They covered “Settlements, Mediation & Negotiation: Unique Intricacies of Crypto”. Click here to find out more about the event. Find Out More Chloë Bell  has…

Events 30 Jun, 2022

David Russell QC and Justina Stewart to speak at FIRE Middle East & TL4 Disputes: MENA Asset Recovery and Enforcement Challenges

David Russell QC and Justina Stewart are due to be speaking at FIRE Middle East & TL4 Disputes: MENA Asset Recovery and Enforcement Challenges this evening. Outer Temple’s David Russell QC and Justina Stewart will be speaking at FIRE Middle East & TL4 Disputes: MENA Asset Recovery and Enforcement Challenges which is being hosted by Keidan Harrison. The event will take place this evening from 6pm-9pm at Ashworth Centre, Lincoln’s Inn. The event is free to attend, click here to register now. Find out more: David Russell QC commenced legal practice in 1974. He is admitted to practise in Australia, England and Wales (Lincoln’s Inn), the Courts of the Dubai International Financial Centre, New York (as a Legal Consultant), New Zealand…

Events 9 Jun, 2022

James Counsell QC APIL Conference article

James Counsell QC to speak at APIL Abuse Conference 2022

James Counsell QC will be speaking at the APIL Abuse Conference 2022, which is being held in association with ACAL. The event will take place on 23th June 2022. Outer Temple’s James Counsell QC, is due to be speaking at this year’s 14th annual APIL Abuse Conference 2022, held in association with ACAL. The conference will be held at the Marriot Marble Arch Hotel in London on the 23rd of June. This will be a hybrid event; delegates and attendees will choose whether they would like to attend in person or virtually. Topics for this event include: Survivors of sexual abuse and the criminal justice systemClient welfare and the role of the ISVAVicarious liabilityThe latest on failure to remove claimsClaims…

Events 31 May, 2022

Daniel Clarke and Cheryl Palmer-Hughes present MBL Seminar – Cross Border Claims

Outer Temple’s Daniel Clarke and Irwin Mitchell’s Cheryl Palmer-Hughes are due to speak at MBL Seminar, ‘Brownlie – The Impact on Cross-Border Personal Injury Claims’. This will go ahead on Wednesday 1st June 2-4pm. Daniel Clarke, along with Cheryl Palmer-Hughes, will be presenting a seminar together at the MBL Seminar, ‘Brownlie- The Impact on Cross-Border Personal Injury Claims’. This virtual classroom seminar will consider the outcome of the Supreme Court Case FS Cairo (Nile Plaza) v Brownlie and consider the impact of the judgment on cross-border personal injury claims. Daniel and Cheryl will explore the practical steps required to bring a claim in England or Wales following an incident abroad and focus on the various mechanisms of CPR Part 6…

Events 26 May, 2022

Matt Sale has taken part in RideLondon fundraising cycle

Practice Director, Matt Sale, has taken part in RideLondon on 29th May and fundraised for WheelPower, the British Wheelchair Sports Foundation Charity. This Sunday, Matt took part in a 100 mile cycle ride around London and Essex, organised by RideLondon, to raise money for the charity. Wheelpower have been helping people with physical impairments get in to sport for over 70 years now and are at the heart of wheelchair sport. If you would like to support this worthy cause and donate, please click here. So Far Matt has raised an impressive £2,227. If you would like to find out more about RideLondon and WheelPower, please visit their websites.

Events 24 May, 2022

OpenText White Collar Crime Forum

White Collar Crime Forum: Oliver Powell to join panel discussion on fishing for dirty money

Oliver Powell will join colleagues from Stewarts and Skadden at the White Collar Crime Forum on 11th May to discuss “Fishing for dirty money – are the latest UK sanctions and economic crime legislation an effective trawler?” Oliver Powell has been invited to join a panel discussion at the 6th White Collar Crime Forum on Wednesday 11th May 2022. The event will be held at K&L Gates, One New Change, London, EC4M 9AF from 4pm. This will be a hybrid event, with the opportunity to join either online or – for the first time since 2019 – face-to-face. This event has been organised by information management experts Open Text. K&L Gates are sponsoring and hosting the event which will consider…

Events 5 May, 2022

Chloë Bell to speak at ThoughtLeaders4 Tech on FIRE Event in London

Chloë Bell has been invited to join a panel discussion on the latest trends in cryptocurrency disputes at the Tech on Fire Conference on Thursday 28th April, in partnership with the Tech Disputes Network. Tech Disputes Network and ThoughtLeaders4 are collaborating to bring you an unique event bridging the gap between the Disputes, Technology, Fraud and Asset Recovery communities. This one day event will bring together professionals from the technology and legal industries interested in avoiding, managing and winning tech disputes. Topics over the course of the day will include cyber fraud, limitations of new technologies, data theft, rogue employees, ransomware, reputation management and cryptocurrency disputes. Latest Trends in Cryptocurrency Disputes Chloë Bell will be joining a number of experts at the…

Events 21 Apr, 2022

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