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Dr T, currently the subject of a fitness to practice investigation by the GMC, was represented by Richard Dawson at the latest review of his interim order

Richard was instructed by Laura Hannah and Brea Carney-Jones at Stephensons Solicitors. Previously, an interim order of conditions had been revoked and Dr T had been suspended from practice, in light of concerns about potential prescribing in breach of the terms of his interim conditions - breaches in fact admitted…Read more

Phil Holden appointed as an Assistant Coroner in the Lancashire Coroners area

Having been an Assistant Coroner in the West Yorkshire (Eastern) Coroners area since 2014, we’re delighted to announce that Phil Holden has now been appointed as an assistant Coroner in the Lancashire Coroners area. Phil regularly appears in Jury and Article 2 Inquests and has a wealth of experience. He…Read more

Richard English & Rachel Cooper Conclude Complex Multi Offence Conspiracy Case

Richard English leading Rachel Cooper and instructed by Forbes, Preston represented Mark Anderson. Mr Anderson, a native of Barrow in Furness is 30 years of age. He, with five others, was accused of a number of offences - conspiring to traffic young girls for sexual exploitation; conspiring to commit burglaries…Read more

Lincoln House Chambers Rainbows for the NHS!

Rainbows have appeared all around the country - in front windows and on gates - from families who want to show their thanks and support to the nurses, doctors and other NHS staff who are working hard to keep us safe. The members of Lincoln House Chambers wanted to show our gratitude as…Read more

Richard Dawson represents Coronavirus victim

The criminal prosecution of RT has concluded in unusual circumstances - by endorsement of the indictment with a declaration that it be of no legal effect. Tragically, RT died earlier this month, having succumbed to Coronavirus.  COVID-19, together with underlying health issues, caused his premature death.  The Crown Court, having…Read more

​Ahmed Nadim Appointed to the Circuit Bench

Lincoln House Chambers is delighted to announce the appointment of Ahmed Nadim to the Circuit Bench. Ahmed was called to the bar in 1982 (Lincolns Inn) and practiced for many years at Young Street Chambers before becoming a member of Lincoln House Chambers in 2011. Ahmed was appointed as a Crown Court in 2002. Ahmed's swearing in ceremony…Read more

The Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) (England) Regulations 2020 – How Criminal Law Is Being Used To Restrict Movement

The Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) (England) Regulations 2020 – how the criminal law is being used to give effect to the Prime Minister’s directions on the restriction of movement At 13:00 on 26th March 2020 the above Regulations came into force, creating criminal offences to assist the Government in its…Read more

The Coronavirus Act 2020 and Emergency Arrangements

The justice system (and society generally) has seen incredible upheaval as a result of the recent viral outbreak. Not since the second world war have such drastic measures been necessary to manage risks in society. One of the legislative measures the Government has deemed necessary is the Coronavirus Act 2020.…Read more

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Contacting Chambers During Lockdown

COVID-19 Lockdown Measures.  Please use the direct contact numbers below. If we are otherwise engaged we will call you back. Staff are trained to deal with various aspects of clerking and can generally…Read more

Day of Celebration for Two New Lincoln House Silks

There was a fantastic day of celebration for  Mark Ford QC and Tim Storrie QC on Monday 16th March. The pair received their letters patent at a ceremony at Westminster Hall in the presence of the Lord Chancellor, Rt Hon Robert Buckland QC MP. They later were received by…Read more