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Changing behaviour in the international dispute community (sponsored content)

International dispute practitioners are waking up to the need to change the way in which they manage cases to reduce their carbon footprint

20 February 2020
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The UK Association of Women Judges Autumn Conference, Liverpool

Thursday 8/Friday 9 November 2018 

22 October 2018
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O’Brien update (6) – By His Honour John Platt

HH John Platt updates readers on the O’Brien/Miller  pension and money claims fallout: the final Act. 

02 February 2018
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Pro Bono Watch

Jess Campbell explains a landmark Court of Appeal Unit case and the importance of pro bono costs orders; updates on strategic funding opportunities; and shares current cases looking for counsel by area of law and Circuit  

There are a multitude of reasons to undertake a pro bono case, but one that brings many junior barristers to our door is that Bar Pro Bono Unit cases offer the junior Bar an opportunity to take their first steps in the Court of Appeal and Supreme Court. 

25 April 2017 / Jess Campbell
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Pro Bono Watch

Ch-ch-changes: Jess Campbell reflects on a significant year for the Bar Pro Bono Unit; explains what the £30 initiative means to litigants in person; and sets out how volunteering fits so well with the wellbeing initiative  

The close of a year is always a good time for reflection and the Bar Pro Bono Unit has much to reflect on from 2016.  

24 January 2017 / Jess Campbell
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