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Two new members at KBG Chambers

20th May 2016

KBG Chambers is delighted to welcome new tenants Tristan Harwood and Jennifer Tear. Tristan is a criminal and family practitioner. He has extensive experience in the field of criminal law, having previously worked as in-house Counsel for a firm in Bath. Jennifer, a former tenant of Devon Chambers, has built up a wide-ranging civil and family practice and is a qualifie…

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Michael Brown successfully argues for a significant reduction in sentence due to an anomaly in the sentencing guidelines concerning sexual activity with children.

3rd March 2016

The Defendant pleaded guilty to four counts of causing or inciting a child to engage in sexual activity and one count of possessing indecent images of children. The Defendant engaged in a snapchat conversation with two children, during which he expressed a desire to engage in penetrative activity. The Defendant initially wished to meet with the children, however ultimately no such meeting took pla…

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Rawdon Crozier delivered the keynote address ‘Arnold v Britton, Lessons to be Learned’ at the Lease Conference

4th February 2016

Rawdon Crozier delivered the keynote address ‘Arnold v Britton, Lessons to be Learned’ at the Lease Conference (http://leaseconference2016.co.uk) on the 2nd February. The conference, organised by the Leasehold Advisory Service (www.lease-advice.org) and News on the Block (newsontheblock.com), brought together around 300 leading solicitors, surveyors, valuers and property managers from …

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