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Rawdon Crozier

Rawdon Crozier

Rawdon Crozier is a barrister at KBG Chambers, Plymouth, specialising in property law. He is a member of the Counsel editorial board, writes for several legal journals and also writes poetry. In 2015 he went straight from Arnold v Britton [2015] UKSC 36 in the Supreme Court to starting chemotherapy and ‘got the right result in the latter’.

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Mediation: untangling knotty problems

What’s the most voiced complaint about litigators, the Bar in particular, going into mediation? Some best practice points emerged from the recent Civil Mediation Council Conference – writes Rawdon Crozier

23 January 2020

The Modern Bar: our work and our role

Reports from the Annual and Young Bar Conference 2019

18 December 2019
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All Bar None: Annual Bar & Young Bar Conference 2018

Access, development and diversification

13 December 2018
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Unintended consequences

It isn’t only big policy decisions that have unintended consequences; Rawdon Crozier explains how a well-intentioned and principled change in public policy killed the Lease Conference

26 April 2018
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Challenges and opportunities in law reform, Rawdon Crozier reports

Commissioner for Criminal Law

27 November 2017
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Keynote address: who cares about legal aid? Rawdon Crozier reports

  • Speakers Sir Henry Brooke CMG PC; Andrew Langdon QC, Chair of the Bar

27 November 2017
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Keynote address: HMCTS and the transformation programme, Rawdon Crozier reports

  • Speaker Susan Acland-Hood, Chief Executive, Her Majesty’s Courts and Tribunal Service

27 November 2017
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The Business and Property Courts in a brave new world, Rawdon Crozier reports

Chancery Bar Association, COMBAR and TECBAR

27 November 2017
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Annual Bar Conference 2016: The changing landscape

Darwin calculated that the strata of the Weald of Kent would have taken 300 million years to reach their present state of erosion, so judged on its title, one might have expected ‘The changing landscape’ to have proceeded at a stately pace but any such impression was quickly dispelled as Briggs LJ, Andre de Mestre, Eleanor Holland and Ruth Hughes tore through the Civil Courts Structure Review, Chancery Division initiatives, disclosure and paperless trials.

21 November 2016
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