Lamb Chambers are looking to recruit a Third Sixth Pupil

The successful candidate will join our busy team of junior barristers and gain experience in Chambers’ main practice areas (personal injury, property and commercial law). Experience of or a commitment to developing a career in any one of our core practice areas will be an advantage.

Congratulations Stephen Shaw

Congratulations to Stephen Shaw, whose recent article Digital Justice and Mediation has been published in the New Law Journal.

Managing Disrepair

A managing disrepair seminar led by members of the Lamb Chambers property group.

Cracks in the foundation stones of expert evidence: permission for expert revoked after ‘serious transgressions’ by expert and solicitor

In Andrews & Ors v Kronospan Limited [2022] EWHC 479 (QB), Senior Master Fontaine revoked the Claimants’ permission to rely on their expert after it was admitted that there were ‘serious transgressions’ by the expert and solicitors in relation to the expert’s joint statement. James Culverwell discusses the authorities which emphasise independence as the ‘foundation stone’ of expert evidence, and provides guidance for TCC practitioners.

Unneighbourliness – Two Recent Cases

In this talk, Barbara Zeitler and Harriet Ho of Lamb Chambers explore ‘unneighbourliness' in a property law context and discuss two recent cases that show what can happen when relations between neighbours sour.