7BR Part Heard – Modern Slavery

Inquests, human rights and Covid-19

Safety at work in a Covid-19 environment

Webinars | May 2020

Safety at Work in a Covid-19 Environment

Events | May 2020

Inquests, Human Rights and Covid-19, by webinar

Events | May 2020

James Robottom writes on the legal rights of healthcare workers to personal...

Articles | Apr 2020

James Robottom represents victim of modern slavery in public law challenge

Cases | Feb 2020

Mrs Reena Mander (1) Mr Sandeep Mander (2) v The Royal Borough of Winsor...

Cases | Dec 2019

Mrs Reena Mander (1) Mr Sandeep Mander (2) v The Royal Borough of Windsor...

Cases | Nov 2019

7BR ranked as a leading set in Chambers UK Bar 2020

News | Oct 2019

7BR ranked as a leading set in the 2020 edition of Legal 500

News | Sep 2019

Coroner’s Report makes NHS recommendations following the death of...

Cases | Jun 2019

James Robottom appointed to the Equality & Human Rights...

News | May 2019

Coroner reaches neglect conclusion at inquest into death of Eileen McAdie

Cases | Apr 2019

James Robottom gives evidence to Home Affairs Committee into Modern Slavery

News | Jan 2019

Inquest concludes prison failings contributed to vulnerable man’s...

News | Dec 2018

Equality Act Seminar Series

Events | Mar 2018

Anita Guha and James Robottom instructed in landmark adoption and...

News | Jun 2017

James Robottom works with EHRC on report into Premier League football clubs...

News | Apr 2017

James Robottom Nominated for Bar Pro Bono Award

Articles | Oct 2016


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