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Lincoln House Chambers Recruiting Across A Number Of Its Core Practice Areas.

Lincoln House Chambers is recruiting across a number of its core practice areas. Lincoln House is a long-established set which enjoys enviable success and an outstanding reputation across a variety of practice areas. Both the members of Chambers and the highly proactive, efficient clerking team regularly feature in the top-rankings…Read more

Kitty Colley Delivers Advocacy Training in Sierra Leone

Kitty Colley flies off to Sierra Leone today with a delegation from the UK to deliver advocacy training on behalf of the Inns of Court College of Advocacy. Kitty is a highly experienced advocacy trainer and started her liaison with Sierra Leone last March when she travelled to…Read more

Abdul Iqbal KC is approved with immediate effect for inclusion to the list of counsel at the International Criminal Court

The Registrar of the International Criminal Court at the Hague in the Netherlands has approved Abdul Iqbal KC with immediate effect for inclusion to the International Criminal Court's approved list of counsel. Abdul Iqbal KC is now entitled to accept instructions and appear as counsel in cases before the International…Read more

New Silk To Join The Team At Lincoln House

It is with great pleasure that we announce that Bill Baker has accepted an invitation to join Lincoln House Chambers. This follows last Friday’s news of his appointment to Silk. It is his intention to join Chambers at the conclusion of his present trial commitments in June 2024. Chambers is now accepting…Read more

SKILLED WORKER SPONORSHIP LICENCE – Matthew Howarth in the High Court

Matthew Howarth successfully defended an application for Judicial Review in The King (on the application of EFFICIENCY-FOR CARE LIMITED) v  Secretary of State for the Home Department (“SSHD”). The Claimant challenged the decision of the SSHD to revoke a sponsorship licence. The Claimants were represented by Mr Malik KC of…Read more