The results of the Queen’s Counsel appointments were announced in the media today. At Essex Court Chambers, Christopher Smith has been informed that he will be elevated to Silk on the 30th March 2009.
As conservation of the environment plays an increasingly important role within society, International Law and the Environment continues to be the essential read for students and practitioners alike ISBN13: 9780198764229ISBN10: 0198764227 Published by: Oxford University Press Publication Date: February 2009
This is the first work specialising on director’s duties and liabilities to be written from the perspective of the UK Companies Bill. It focuses on issues of present day practical importance. Published by: Oxford University Press Publication Date: January 2009 ISBN13: 9780199217786 ISBN10: 0199217785
Clear and practical guidance on the complex issues that arise in commercial fraud claims for the busy practitioner. Published by: Oxford University Press ISBN13: 9780199290574ISBN10: 0199290571
Every year, The Times identifies the ten young British barristers they believe are destined for the top of the profession. This year, Essex Court Chambers’ Edmund King was one of the ten selected. This is what they say about him: “After 28 years as senior clerk at Essex Court, David Grief has seen a lot […]
Professor Christopher Greenwood QC has been elected a judge at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) – the body which settles disputes between nations and provides legal opinion to the United Nations. He will serve a nine-year term as one of the court’s 15 judges – hearing cases that range from territorial disputes and allegations […]
Essex Court Chambers were honoured by a visit by The Duke of Edinburgh
Essex Court Chambers won two awards at last night’s Chambers and Partners Bar Awards 2008. These awards are the result of extensive and detailed research over the last 12 months and are the leading awards recognising outstanding barristers and sets in the UK. This year’s success again reflects the continuing success and growth of Essex […]
Offers an authoritative interpretation of the law and practice surrounding marine insurance Includes in-depth analytical commentary and analysis on the principles of marine insurance Incorporates the vast sea of new case law since the previous edition Covers the formation and contents of marine insurance policies Detailed examination of the matters which affect validity of cover […]
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This new edition of one of the classics of English maritime legal literature, Arnould’s Law of Marine Insurance offers in-depth commentary on the principles of marine insurance. It covers how marine insurance contracts are formed. There is comprehensive guidance on what the document should cover as well as how to avoid it being rendered void. […]