Guest blog: Colombia, Covid-19 and the rule of law

Toby Cadman of Guernica 37 Chambers and the Bar Council’s International Committee continues the focus on Covid-19 in South America, this time considering the position in Colombia.

  • 6 August 2020
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Return to work in Chambers

A recent LPMA and IBC survey found that chambers have seen very little increase in the number of members returning to the office.

  • 2 August 2020
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Guest blog: Brazil, Covid-19 and the rule of law

Frederico Singarajah of Hardwicke Chambers and the Bar Council's International Committee considers the rule of law position in Brazil.

  • 22 July 2020
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Guest blog: Qualifying as a mediator with the Bar Council's acclaimed programme

Jonathan Dingle and Andrea Barnes, Joint Heads of Chambers at Normanton Chambers and Society of Mediators Course Leaders, explain why it's worth taking the Bar Council's exceptional accredited mediator training course.

  • 22 July 2020
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Guest blog: How will restricting jury trial and reducing jury numbers affect the delivery of justice?

Tana Adkin QC, barrister at Charter Chambers and member of the Bar Councils Retention Panel, looks in-depth at the many reasons why jury trials should not be tampered with

  • 10 July 2020
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Guest blog: Taiwan, Covid-19 and the rule of law

Simon Milnes of the Bar Council's International Committee, barrister at Twenty Essex, highlights that there is no sign of the Executive in Taiwan seeking to use the pandemic as a pretext for increasing its powers or weakening the rule of law

  • 9 July 2020
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