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David O’Mahony successfully represents the Jersey Solicitor General and USDOJ in major forfeiture case


More than US$267 million, linked to a corrupt former Nigerian President, has been recovered by Jersey following years of court battles. David O’Mahony successfully represented the US Department of Justice… Read more »

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7BR taking part in the London Legal Walk 2019


7BR will be joining thousands of other walkers on Monday 17 June to take part in the London Legal Walk. We are raising funds for the London Legal Support Trust… Read more »

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7BR delighted to welcome new member Kiril Waite


7BR is delighted to welcome Kiril Waite to chambers Kiril joins our Civil team and specialises in large loss and technical claims and is experienced in catastrophic injuries and Fatal… Read more »

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Richard Baker elected to APIL Executive Committee


7BR is delighted to announce that Richard Baker has been elected to the national executive committee of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL). APIL is an organisation which campaigns… Read more »

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James Robottom appointed to the Equality and Human Rights Commission’s B Panel


7BR is delighted to announce that James Robottom has been appointed to the Equality and Human Rights Commission’s B Panel for four years. The Commission is the regulatory body responsible… Read more »

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Maryam Syed secures manslaughter convictions in county lines drug dealing feud


Following a five week trial, 23-year old Kyle Sullivan and a 16-year old male, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, have been convicted of manslaughter. Both were sentenced to… Read more »

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William Chapman represents victims of online abuse at IICSA hearing


The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) is currently conducting 10 days of hearings looking at institutional responses to child sexual abuse and exploitation facilitated by the internet. William… Read more »

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“Probably suicide, but we aren’t sure” – an unsatisfactory conclusion which inquest juries no longer need reach


Coroners’ inquests are frequently called on to consider deaths which look like suicides. In such cases, they have to determine whether to tick a box which says “suicide”. This is… Read more »

Category: News | Author: Ross Beaton, Kate Temple-Mabe | | read more >

7BR Phone Lines


Due to our ongoing refurbishment works we are currently using a temporary phone line and you may experience problems getting through to us. Please use the main switchboard number for… Read more »

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IICSA report on Peter Ball criticises Church of England


The Independent Inquiry into Child Sex Abuse (IICSA) has criticised the Church of England’s response to child sex abuse allegations in the Diocese of Chichester in its report ‘Anglican Church… Read more »

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