A one-step guide to EU employment law, including related social policy and equality law provisions Detailed analysis of the latest ECJ case law, as well as legislation Discusses implications of enlargement for social and employment policy Clear structure and language provide a very accessible guide to a complex area Written by a well-known expert in […]
The results of the Queen’s Counsel appointments were announced in the media today. At Essex Court Chambers, Claire Blanchard and Paul Stanley have been informed that they will be elevated to Silk on the 22nd March.
Essex Court Chambers and its members picked up an award for Arbitration at last night’s Chambers and Partners Bar Awards 2009. For the fifth year running Essex Court Chambers and its members went home with the International Arbitration Set of the Year Award. Members of Chambers had also been nominated and short listed in the […]
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 leading legal publication identifies the ten ‘Stars at the Bar’ and then this year, five […]
A number of individual members of Essex Court Chambers have leased office space in Maxwell Chambers, the international arbitration and dispute resolution centre which opened in Singapore in July 2009. Those practitioners who leased these facilities did so solely as individual practitioners: Essex Court Chambers is not a firm, partnership or company, but contains the […]
Essex Court Chambers was short listed for “The most popular graduate recruiter – Law Barristers” in the fifth annual TARGETjobs National Graduate Recruitment Awards (May 2009). See our pupillage section for information on working at Essex Court Chambers.
A number of recent English cases have considered the question of the circumstances in which an error as to the naming of a party to an arbitration can be corrected. The principles established are based on English law but, it is suggested, are generally applicable to international arbitrations subject to any system of law. A […]
Mr Salim Moollan of Mauritius and France has been elected by the ICC World Council as one of the 12 new vice presidents of the ICC International Court of Arbitration. He took office on 1 July 2009. Mr Moollan is an independent Arbitrator and a barrister with Essex Court Chambers. He is fluent in French […]
The team from University of Manchester is the winner of this year’s ESU – Essex Court Chambers National Mooting Competition. It is the first time that this university has won the coveted silver mace. Karamvir Chadha and Hannah Gates beat off Jayne Brayley and Aimee Hutchinson representing University of Sheffield in the exciting evening final, […]