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Lincoln House Chambers Welcomes Joe Allman

The members of Lincoln House Chambers are delighted to welcome Joe Allman to Chambers’ Criminal Team. Joe was called to the Bar in 2006 and joins Chambers after 12 years as an advocate in the Crown Prosecution Service. Joe is a specialist criminal practitioner, with a track record which includes a…Read more

International Money Launderer Imprisoned

On 2nd October 2019 a Levenshulme man was sentenced to 6 1/2 years imprisonment for money laundering offences at the Crown Court at Manchester. Jamshed Bhatti, 60, formerly of Stockport Road, Manchester was convicted of laundering £3.5M on behalf of criminal associates based in Pakistan. Following a raid on his premises…Read more

Alistair Webster Q.C. Represents Dean Saunders in Successful Appeal

On 4th October, Alistair Webster QC successfully conducted the appeal of Dean Saunders, former football star, league manager and television pundit, against a sentence of 10 weeks’ imprisonment imposed upon him by the magistrates for failing to produce a specimen of breath. Alistair presented the appeal to the Crown Court…Read more

Lisa Roberts QC Appointed as Leader of the Northern Circuit

Lincoln House Chambers are hugely proud of the appointment of Lisa Roberts QC as Leader of the Northern Circuit. Lisa is only the second female Leader of the Northern Circuit, following on from the great Rose Heilbron QC more than 40 years ago. As we celebrate 100 years of women…Read more

Lincoln House Chambers Recognised as a Tier 1 Leading Set in Legal 500

Lincoln House Chambers are pleased to announce that a significant number of our members have been ranked across several practice areas in the latest guide rankings in The Legal 500. Lincoln House Chambers were ranked as a Tier 1, leading set. It was noted that “Lincoln House Chambers is a…Read more

Lee Hughes, instructed by Paul Loughlin and Emily Hill of Stephensons Solicitors LLP, secures exceptionally low health and safety fine for children’s nursery following the accidental amputation of a toddler’s fingertip

The Nursery, with two sites, was prosecuted by a Local Authority for an offence contrary to Section 3 of the Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974 after a three-year-old toddler’s finger became trapped in an internal fire door in one of the premises. The toddler’s fingertip was…Read more

Lincoln House Chambers attend opening of The Prince’s Trust Doug Barrowman Centre

As proud supporters of The Prince's Trust, Lincoln House Chambers were delighted to be invited to the opening of the Doug Barrowman Centre. The an Centre is located at Beehive Mill in Ancoats, the former home of iconic nightclub Sankeys. The site has been redeveloped by Manchester-based regeneration specialists, Urban Splash. The…Read more