St John’s Real Estate team invite you to join us for a half-day face-to-face seminar which will focus on property pitfalls in the pandemic. You will get the chance to stay and network with our barristers and clerks after a very exciting line-up of spea
Location: Microsoft Teams
The training is CPD accredited and FREE, it is aimed primarily at paralegals, trainees and newly qualified solicitors/CILEX but more senior JLD members are welcome if they would benefit from a refresher.
- Overview of instructing Counsel | Marcus Coates-Walker, Personal Injury & Clinical Negligence Barrister
- Avoiding bad briefs and Building Relationships with Counsel | Natasha Dzameh, Commercial & Chancery Barrister & Sophie Smith-Holland, Family Barrister
- Remote working, booking Counsel and the back sheet | Robert Bocock, Commercial & Chancery Practice Manager
There will be a live Q&A sections at the end of the webinar, we hope you can join us!
To book your place please RSVP to [email protected]
Note: you do not need an MS teams account to attend.
Venue: Epiphany House, Kenwyn, Truro TR1 3DR
St John’s Chambers Real Estate team welcome you to their contentious property seminar, organised by Cornwall Law Society. This seminar features leading barristers in property litigation and aims to bring practitioners up to speed with all the latest developments in the world of property matters.
Venue: St John's Chambers, 101 Victoria Street, Bristol, BS1 6PU
Bristol JLD and St John’s Chambers are pleased to invite you to their Instructing Counsel Seminar on Tuesday, 13 November 2018 from 5.30 pm – 7.00 pm at St John’s Chambers, 101 Victoria Street, Bristol, BS1 6PU.
Venue: St John’s Chambers
John talks about Adverse Possession and the different statutory regimes and requirements.
Venue: The Hilton Hotel
Developing land: how covenants can impact on plans
Venue: Liberty Stadium
Under construction: drafting and interpretation of land options.
Venue: Hilton Cardiff
The jurisdiction to modify or discharge restrictive covenants
John’s talk includes consideration of the cases of Pilford and another v Greenmanor Ltd  EWCA Civ 756, Kettel v Bloomfold Ltd  EWHC 1422 (Ch) and Chaudhary v Yavuz  EWCA Civ 1314.