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New Park Court Chambers

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- Legal 500 2015

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- Chambers and Partners 2016

News & Resources

Jun 19, 2017

Paul Greaney Q.C appears at the Deepcut Inquest, instructed by Liberty

Paul Greaney Q.C. acts on behalf of the family of Pte. Sean Benton at the Deepcut Inquest.  He leads Jesse Nicol of Doughty Street Chambers and they are both instructed by Emma Norton of Liberty.

Jun 13, 2017

Simon Jackson QC delivers keynote lecture

Simon Jackson QC delivered a keynote lecture on ‘Medical Manslaughter:Individual and Collective Responsibility’ to 530 delegates at the annual ‘Patient Safety Conference’ organised by the York Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, and which was held at York Racecourse, on the 9th June 2017.

May 25, 2017

Ailsa MacDonald

Members and staff of New Park Court Chambers past and present were among an estimated five hundred mourners at a thanksgiving service on 23rd May to celebrate the life of Ailsa MacDonald who sadly lost her long and courageous battle with cancer earlier this month. Good friends and colleagues, Jamie Adams and Stuart Graham, were […]

May 23, 2017

Dafydd Enoch QC, Chris Smith and Georgina Goring at Sheffield Crown Court

Dafydd Enoch QC, Chris Smith and Georgina Goring successfully prosecute 5 defendants for the killing of Craig Preston in Sheffield Crown Court. After a 12 week trial Shiraz Bashir and Leonie Mason were found guilty of murder and three 15 year old boys guilty of manslaughter. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-south-yorkshire-39953851      

May 04, 2017

Paul Greaney Q.C and Gavin Doig in “Dark Ages” Torture Trial

Paul Greaney Q.C. and Gavin Doig appear for the Crown in the prosecution of three women and a man for the murder of another man. The BBC headline for the case read, “Jimmy Prout forced to eat own testicle in Dark Ages abuse”.