Professor Dan Sarooshi has been included in the 2011 edition of Who’s Who. For more detail see the Queen’s College, Oxford website.
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Essex Court Chambers are pleased to announce its inaugural ‘Non-Lawyers Day 2011’ to include a series of workshops, talks and lunch where non-law students will be given the opportunity to meet members of Chambers and to learn about life at the Bar. The day is scheduled to take place on 23rd March 2011.
David Scorey of Essex Court Chambers took the prize for Rising star in indirect tax at The Tax Journal Indirect Tax Awards 2010, which took place on 14th October 2010 at the Glaziers Hall in London. The Award was one of four presented at this annual event, now in its third year. The others were: […]
Every year, Legal Week identifies up-and-coming young barristers who are being tipped for the top. In order to be considered, all candidates have to be 10 years’ and under called and a member of the Commercial or Chancery Bar. The selection is based on the opinions of over 70 people within the Bar, as well […]
Essex Court Chambers and its members picked up two awards at last night’s Chambers and Partners Bar Awards 2010. For the sixth year running Essex Court Chambers and its members went home with the International Arbitration Set of the Year Award and this year Ricky Diwan QC took the Award for Arbitration Junior of the […]
The team from Oxford University is the winner of this year’s ESU – Essex Court Chambers National Mooting Competition. It is the first time that Oxford has won the coveted silver mace. Hannah Noyce (Lincoln) and Emily MacKenzie (Wadham) beat off Dylan Gee and Henry Oliver representing BPP Law School in the exciting evening final, […]
The Council of the Bars and Law Societies of Europe (CCBE) has appointed Hugh Mercer QC to be Chairman of the liaison committee between all EU Bars and lawyers and the European Court of Justice. The Committee’s full name is the CCBE Permanent Delegation to the Court of Justice and the General Court of the […]
The British Government has appointed Sir Frank Berman QC to be a Member of the Permanent Court of Arbitration (‘the PCA’) in The Hague. Founded under the Hague Conventions of 1899 and 1907, the PCA is the oldest standing institution in the field of international dispute settlement (www.pca-cpa.org).
The Lisbon Treating Conference: assessing the impact for UK law and policy will be held in London on Tuesday 15th June 2010. Hugh Mercer of Essex Court Chambers is one of the plenary speakers.